Last Sunday was Mother's Day in the UK. My first mother's day, I felt so blessed. We went for a lovely breakfast and as it was a sunny day, all I wanted to do was to have a walk in the park with hubby and our baby. Spring has come early in the UK and I am loving every moment.
I am so glad that we took the camera and tripod along. Hubby set the timer and then had to run like the wind to get into the shot on time while we try to look 'normal'. It was quite funny and a lot of fun.
Of course I couldn't resist to take lots of photos of my little petal amongst the spring florals.
Isla slept through everything but, I don't mind :)
Hope all the mummy's (to my American readers, yes that's how we spell mom in the UK and South Africa) have had a lovely day. I find myself copying my mum in many things that I do or say with my baby. It makes me realize how important is the example that we set to our children, even in our parenting. Hope I can be as good a mum to my daughter (and one day influence her parenting) as my mum was and still is to me. I love you Mum and thank you for everything.
My parents still live in South Africa and I miss them dearly but they have continued to support and offer guidance to me via Skype. It has been a way for me to show them Isla even if she always seems to be asleep.
I also got my first mother's day card and hubby completed it as though it was from Isla. So special.
Thank you mummy's angel. xx