Yesterday we took advantage of the sunny weather and went down to the Lost Gardens of Heligan to walk around.
A hidden garden that was discovered and beautifully restored to its natural wonders, it is a peaceful place to spend the afternoon and take in the wildlife, plants and natural fauna.
Today, after some baby shopping at Mothercare in Truro (we finally bought a car seat and found a solution to our mattress problem for our Moses basket), and a maternity ward tour of the Treliske Hospital, we heard on the radio that the Cornish Pirates were playing Munster in the Britis-Irish Cup final.
So we went to the Camborne Rugby Field to try and get some tickets. Although there were only standing tickets left, it was a fantastic game - and the rain held off!
That evening, after a nice hot bath to soothe my achy legs, we settled down for a hot meal.
The week-end ended on a high with a surprise email from the Eden Project saying that 4 Jack Johnson concert tickets for June 26th had suddenly become available and that we were next on the waiting list!!!
What luck! Now we just have to convince baby not to pop too early!
Monday, May 10, 2010
Life has taken on a slow and steady pace.
I'm amazed how tired and lethargic I feel. It's totally unlike me.
I get sudden random bursts of energy but then it's gone and I'm left feeling zapped.
Evening baths are becoming a ritual. It helps me relax and sleep better, very important as insomnia is also becoming a nightly occurrence.
As I lay in the tub and the baby kicks and squirms inside, it ripples out into the bubbles and I giggle with glee.
If he can already bring this much joy into our every day lives, imagine what it'll be like when we finally meet him!
on May 10, 2010