I like Nash's name. I will keep an eye out in baby name books for a meaning and send it to you if I find one.
I am envious of you having you Mum there to visit. I have always missed my parents heaps (have lived in a different state to them for the last 6 years) but miss them even more now we have Joshua. I especially miss my Mum, though I we ring each other every second day and if I need advice I am straight on the phone to Mum.
It is funny that you say that you would be constantly missing Nash if you went out by yourself, because that is exactly what happened with Luke and I. The first time we went out by ourselves we rang home 3 times and we were only gone for 2 hours. The second time we went out we did the same thing and it took us about 10 mins into our 1/2 hour stroll along the beach to realise that we could hold hands as we didn't have a baby to carry or a pram to push. Even now we find it takes a few minutes to realise that we can hold hands when out, because Joshua wants to walk every where.
Joshua has been walking since the 31 March, he just up and walked. He hadn't even really been pulling himself up on furniture much so I thought he walking was awhile away but he had other ideas. Since he stared walking he hardly ever goes in his pram, if he does it is because he is tired or unwell. When he went for his 12 month check up which was 3 weeks after he started walking, the Area Child Nurse said that he must have been walking in secret as he was walking really well for such a short time.
Well I best say farewell as Hubby has just walked in the door, he is home 2 hours early from night shift. All is okay, they just finished every thing they had to do tonight.
Hey do you have an e-mail address? Ours is email@example.com. I look forward to talking to you soon and hearing more about Nash's adventures.
1 wonderful boy 6 and another on the way