Love these photos of Mr E messing up my bed. Such a little scallywag! Love that cheeky grin. I know it's an unusual paper choice, but the green and burgandy matched the photos.
And my sweet little baby when he was just 10 hours old. This is when Liam first saw him. He was born at 11.04pm, so we called mum to tell her the news, but Liam was fast asleep. It was such a precious time when he first came to the hospital. I'll never forget the look on his face when we asked him if he had seen who was in the cot. He looked at the cot, then looked at my belly, back at the cot, back at my belly, then said "bubby come out!" Love this layout, makes me happy :)
We are off to celebrate Maggie's hens night tonight. I have two outfits picked out, one I really want to wear, the other is incase it's still too hot to wear that one. I've been thinking about how ironic hens nights are. One last night on the town, one last night of freedom, one last time she'll be able to hit the town with the girls - and who is taking her? A bunch of married woman! Can I admit I'd rather go scrapping? We have to go to docklands, and I'm designated driver. Mt Martha to Doclands, via Skye to pick up another girlfriend... thats like 2 hours. I hate driving in the city, such a country bumpkin. I'm sure we'll enjoy it though. Our friend Cara, who is one of the girls I'm picking up, is sure to be nervous about now. It's her first time leaving little Luca :( I'm sure he'll be fine too, but I know what that's like also.
So girls, have a nice night.