Benjamin’s delayed walking has in no way impacted on his ability to RUN! It seems that running is now Ben’s favourite movement. He especially likes to run away when he steals decorations off the Christmas Tree. He also likes to run with Bonnie (our dog). Andrew lets Benjamin out of the pram when we went to the toy shop. Ben found a little push mower and he was off. He was doing laps of the toy shop with Andrew and I trying to catch him. He was having a ball!! Everyone told us to enjoy the time when he wasn’t that mobile. Now we spend our days running after him and don’t we love it!
Andrew grew a Mo in November for Movember. Movember is fun way to raise money and awareness for men’s health issues. Andrew’s work got a group together to grow mos and raised over $600.00. Andrew looks ever so handsome with his mo……. not!!! He has never grown a mo before and probably for good reason. What do you think?
Benjamin has always loved Andrew’s motorbike. Andrew puts him on it and he fiddles with all the buttons and leavers. He more recently has discovered the gloves and helmet. Daddy has to distract Ben most days to get them away. Ben loves nothing more than to put the gloves and helmet on. If the spare bedroom door is not closed you occasionally hear a large bang and that is Ben dropping Andrew’s helmet in his attempt to put it on!!
On the 5th December Justin (one of our oldest and dearest friends) and his lovely wife Nick welcomed baby Jack Rigby Frame into the world. He was 3kg and very handsome. It is unfortunate that Jack was born on the other side of the world…. however he will not miss out on a ‘welcome’ from the Lattimores. Ben with a little help from his Mum this morning made Jack this poster. If you look closely Ben enjoyed eating the crayons. It is with much joy and love that we say ‘Hello Jack’ and congratulations to his Mum and Dad.
Well I had a top weekend at Bathurst camping on Mt Panorama with a bunch of great guys (sorry no gals, it was a boys only event).
The group call themselves the “Linguine Drivers Club” and are basically just a collection of motorsport nuts that make the pilgrimage to Bathurst each year in pursuit of a fun weekend.
We travelled by bus (coach) from the Gold Coast via the coastal route, down to Sydney then west over the Blue Mountains and Lithgow to Bathurst. A long trip (14h), but made easier by the on board entertainment (aided by a bit of alcohol).
Once on site the camp was erected in very short time due to the use of four “quick-shades” rather than tents. Very bloody handy and worth looking into for your next camping trip.
Here are a few of the first batch from Friday
I have uploaded into Flickr now moved into Picasaweb (slideshow below) cos I like it better ;).
I will post more over the next few days, keep checking back.
I am trying out a few different online photo sharing apps. This one is Picasaweb by Google. I think I like it.
Linguine Drivers Club Fun.
Sunday photos of raceday
coming soon ! now uploaded !
Ben’s loves to have his cousin (honorary) come and play. On this particular day the boys got grubby so a bath was needed before dinner. Oliver is toilet training and went to the toilet before his bath. The boys were having a great time in the bath and Oliver said ‘Toilet Mummy’ followed a short time later by ‘wee-wee….toooo late’. Emily and I both immediately looked at Ben and said ‘Don’t drink the bath water’. Kids you gotta love them!