Saturday, 17 June 2006

Saturday, 3 June 2006

Online Again...

Hi everyone, Kathleen here, aka Kat, aka Kitty Kat, aka Nooboo, aka Angel Baby/Devil Baby. Finally I've got the hang of this sitting up thing and have been able to access Mummy's computer. I've started this new blog as kind of a view from the cot. My old blog is still accessible, however since I saved the password on my inter-uterine computer I no longer have the ability to update it. So everyone should modify their bookmarks to point to this blog instead.

Well, what can I say? It's been a hard road adjusting to this new life - bright lights, strange sounds, strange sights and even stranger people. And that's just Daddy! Seriously though, I quite like the Mummy and Daddy I've been given. They look after me pretty well and make sure I have plenty to eat and things to play with. They also seem to like it a lot when I sleep, which is a bit annoying. I'd far rather be up playing than stuck in bed sleeping. There's so much to see and do in this world and I don't want to waste all my time in bed.

My favourite things so far are my Kaloo Bear, and my book Snowy Bear and Friends (the plot is a bit weak - I mean whoever heard of a polar bear and penguin being friends! - but it's really good to chew on!).

I love playing with my parents. My favourite games are bouncing up and down on their knees, and trying to bite their noses and fingers. Right now my mouth hurts a lot though. They say it's because I'm getting teeth. I'm not sure what these teeth things are for, just a pain in the gum if you ask me. Although on the other hand I am really looking forward to eating some of the interesting looking foods I see Mummy and Daddy eating all the time.

One thing I really hate is getting dressed, especially putting my arms into sleeves. I get really scared that my hands are going to go into the sleeves and never come out again. I tell you, this world is so strange that you can't take anything for granted.

Well I'd better get going now. Mummy and Daddy think I've been having a nap so it's time to go pretend to wake up.