Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Red tape and Injections

So today was all about Emma
... hang on... most days are all about little Emma, even though she's not yet ten weeks old (that'll be tomorrow for those of you paying attention to these things - hi mom)
Today I spent a whole 40 minutes at the South African High Commission in London to register Emma with the SA Government (why on earth would we do that I hear you ask?) ... so that we could also apply for her South African passport, since the Brits won't give her one yet!
So hopefully in four to six months we'll have her little passport so we can take her home to meet her grandparentals...

But while I was travelling up to the London, Emma was recovering from her first injection - poor thing had her first round of vaccinations... two needle pricks which were understandably traumatic having only experienced warm baths, warm milk and the odd bit of warm sunshine in her nine and a half short weeks outside of the womb.
Poor thing, but these are the ways of the world - no more floating about for you... here's a short sharp pain instead!


Blogger Rock in the Grass (Pete Grassow) said...

May God bless you with all that you need to be good parents.

9:32 pm  

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