The royal grandparents aside from allowing their sick daughter in law to sleep also bonded with their grandchildren and brought them mountains of presents. The Princess was delighted to have them here and the boys were fed (which is really the height of their demands at the moment).Â I did feel mildly guilty at one stage as grandma went off to the park with her crutch, the Princess and her buggy but I’Â’m a catholic, we have strategies for dealing with guilt.
I am gratified that my parents-in-law seem to enjoy my blog (hi guys). My father in
law, the captain of industy, pointed out that I donÂ’t seem to update when we have
people staying. I said Â“well, I suppose that IÂ’m busy doing other thingsÂ”. Â“YesÂ”, said he Â“I notice that you didn’Â’t blog at all while your mother was overÂ”.Â Â“Well, that might have been because I was in the hospital after having given birthÂ”.
on 04 November 2005 at 03:41
He’s a captain of industry! You cannot expect him to be acquainted with all the technicalities of childbirth. Anyway, don’t they have wireless laptops or something for you to use in the hospital? Seems a colossal waste of time just lying around doing nothing.
Push. Breathe. Type. Repeat.
on 04 November 2005 at 09:28
OK, check out the gentlemen’s comments. May you both be reincarnated as mothers of twins.
on 05 November 2005 at 07:46
But there is a great power there that can bring balance to The Force
Pog, now look what you’ve started. Jack, stop it.
Sorry waffley – I should’ve known … Tch. Boys.
Indeed you should, I hope that there will be no more in this vein from the lads but I sincerely doubt it.