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Monday, April 18, 2005


Voilà, je ne sais pas si quelqu'un va réussir à déchiffrer celle-ci.

Ici, c'est l'aventure. Mademoiselle a fini par s'endormir dans son berceau au tour de minuit et y est restée jusqu'à environ 6h (avec pause restauration au milieu) - ce qui n'est pas mal pour un début. Mais le drame de la journée est que Madame s'est coincé le dos, et ne devrait pas porter Kalia pendant 10 jours...

Ca fait un sacré coup de pied dans la fourmilière de notre organisation interne. Heureusement que nous avons des amis de l'église qui sont disponibles, et cette semaine est déjà plus ou moins sous contrôle.

Mais, petite consolation, ce soir Kalia s'est endormi dans son berceau sans pleurer.

Dunno if any of you are going to be up to working this one out, though I can't say I've had any answers for the previous ones!

Things a hotting up here. Kalia ended up sleeping (as opposed to wailing) in her cot from about midnight to 6 in the morning - with pit stop in the middle - which isn't bad for a first attempt. But the dramatic news of the day is that Madame has done her back in, and the doctor says she shouldn't pick up Kalia for 10 days.

... which is a long time in politics, and babyhood too. This put the cat among the pigeons of our well-oiled weekly routine. Fortunately several friends in the church have agreed to muck in, and this week is just about sorted out now.

One bit of good news: Kalia fell asleep in her cot this evening without so much as a whimper.

PS. I'd love to know who the mystery surfer from Hong Kong is.

1 comment yet :

Anonymous said...

actually Ben Cowling. Always interested to hear the latest news from old friends!