Sunday, 13 May 2012

The day Sophie said Dada !

I woke yesterday morning with such a surreal feeling. It was Mother’s Day, but this year was different. I would be on the receiving end of the day’s celebrations.

Rob completely spoiled me; I received PJ’s, a CD, Uggs & an apron. Everything I could have asked for and more. This celebration he really listened to my hints that I dropped along the way. Rob can be so sensible sometimes … the apron he bought me is black and red and his reasoning “I know you like the pink and white and really pretty ones but I thought that would just get too dirty as soon as you put it on.” Gosh I love him.

Sophie woke at 7:30am … yep these full nights of sleep have been amazing, we fed her then ventured to our favourite café for a brekkie date.

That was all I wanted, one of our favourite pastimes, just Rob, Sophie and I.

Once we got home I then prepared for my Mum’s turn of celebrations in the afternoon. My sister and I put on a high tea and it was so much fun. My Mum has all of the pretty high tea goodies which my sisters and I bought for her some years ago. Cups … saucers … cake stands … tea pots. Now I know what I would like for next year’s present.





















Oh and one small thing occurred on my first day celebrating being a Mummy to the most amazing little girl … she said Dada!

That’s right … on the day that was meant to be celebrating ME, her Mummy … she comes out with Dada. It is very young for her to even say this so I’m trying to think that it is just a sound but she didn’t stop saying it and then again this morning she started with it again.
Rob just thinks it is hilarious. As you can see …


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  1. Ohhhhh my ovaries - That little voice is just adorable. So glad you had a wonderful Mothers Day gorgeous and I sooo enjoyed reading this post and looking at your beautiful photos xxx

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    1. Isn't it just the cutest ... I love listening to all of the sounds she makes!

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  2. Aww i can't watch vid clips at work so I'll check it out at home. Ashley was only a few months old when she said her first word "cat" although it was more like "dat" and we thought it must just be a sound she makes that we *think* means cat but as she got older she continued using it and using it in relation to our cat so it really was her first word!

    I'm glad your first Mothers Day was a hit. I hope you didnt wear yourself out too much!

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    1. Definitely her first word then ... I think we have mini geniuses on our hands!
      Wasn't too bad at all ... the brilliance of a high tea, get all the baking done and then sit down with everyone. It was lovely!
      Hope you had a gorgeous day too. x

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    2. Well Ashley was pretty pleased with herself and didn't say another word for ages! After being very proud of her amazing vocab skills I then started to worry she was falling behind, lol, seems silly now as she talks a lot.

      But yes, I think that is definitely Sophie's first word!!

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  3. Oh how beautiful Jayne! What a lovely Mother's Day, from that gorgeous high tea to your adorable little lady uttering her first word. Thanks for sharing such precious photos of the day xo

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    1. Even though it was Dada, it was still amazing to hear. x

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