Visiting Kensington and Chelsea

We took Leo to the Museum and to be registered today. Again, he slept through most of it, only waking for a little feed now and again. It was nice to show him off to people – many said what a lovely baby he was, but i am starting to think that everyone says that about every baby.

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We took Leo to the Museum and to be registered today. Again, he slept through most of it, only waking for a little feed now and again. It was nice to show him off to people – many said what a lovely baby he was, but i am starting to think that everyone says that about every baby.
We saw a different side of parenting today too – Gordon’s son got his GSCE results, and Gordon was beaming with pride at how well he did. I was thinking what it is going to be like when Leo does well at something – the pride we will feel – and conversely how will will feel when he doesn’t do so well? Obviously we will still love him, but there must be other feelings as well. Time.
Registry office was great – the first time Leo Oliver was written on an official piece of paper. They’ve got a good scam though – for free you get a mini-certificate, which will get you the child benefit. But you have to pay 3.50 to get a full ‘certified copy’ which is needed for passports etc. That’s just petty.
Anyway, it was a long day and again we worry that Leo slept too much. But it is now 2200 and he’s asleep so hopefully we’ll be fine. I suppose that babies do regulate the amount of sleep they need/have and I shouldn’t worry so much.

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