Wednesday, 1 July 2015
Monday, 29 June 2015
We decided to go to Melbourne for a weekend away to see how we would go traveling as a family, and I think we did well. As I mentioned Elroy was no trouble and I think he is probably quite an easy going baby. Normally we would try out lots of restaurants, and we kinda did this time too, getting takeaway to eat in our hotel from Supernormal and Fonda. We tried out The Kettle Black and All Day Donuts, both of which were really good and resulted in lots of walking and enjoyable conversation. I also fitted in some shopping - I'm so happy that COS is in Melbourne after loving it so much in Europe when I went a few years back - and I definitely learned that with a baby it is impossible to do everything, especially in only 3 days. I gave up on the idea of seeing the Kirra Jamison exhibition and visiting the Guild of Objects store, but I know that doesn't really matter.
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
This week he is also desperately trying to roll from back to tummy (he has already done a few tummy to back - a surprise for both Elroy and us), so much energy and frustration, it is wonderful to watch.
Linking in with Jodi's 52 project.
Friday, 19 June 2015
Monday, 15 June 2015
Linking in with Jodi's 52 Project.
Thursday, 11 June 2015
I have been wanting to try out the Dunalley fish market for ages after hearing many times that it is one of the best out there, and it wasn't bad at all! I really liked the fact that all you could order was what they had locally, no imported frozen seafood in sight. The place was quaint and clearly popular with the locals, one of whom wanted to take Jerry home! I love that we have places like this in Tasmania, and that it is so easy to go for a relatively short drive and be the only people on a beach.
Monday, 8 June 2015
This week, Elroy had his first road trip to the beach (Marion Bay) the experience was mixed, he's not a big lover of the ergo carrier, but we had a lovely feed with the most amazing view. Beaches are such wonderful places even in winter. After the beach we hit up the Dunalley fish market. I took lots of photographs but I like this one, his little raised eyebrows and Matt giving him a little kiss.