Vlada: hope your family is feeling a bit better by now!
I'm not looking forward tothose injections, I hadn't really given it much thought until I read your posts.
WC: The only toys I have for Ellie at the moment is a mobile thingy that lies on the floor and some finger puppets that I tickle her with. She started smiling on Sunday, 1st smile to big Brother who came over to visit, 2nd smile to Acupuncturist at work, then finally when I thought she hated me or thought I was too ugly, I got a smile on Tuesday!
I can't leave Ellie without her nappy/diaper for too long, she loves to wiggle around without it, but our flat is just so cold and draughty...yeap, we still haven't got moved, I could SCREEEEAM! Hopefully the solicitor will get us completed next week!
So today I took Ellie and her great Granny to Windermere in the Lake District shopping for Beatrix Potter things for her future nursery, I think it will look really sweet, Great Granny bought her quite a few bits, treated me to lunch and then paid the petrol too! What a great day! I've also picked a few bits up on ebay too, so now I have just got to work out how to make curtains...can't be too difficult surely!!!!!
Sleepwise, Ellie is not quite as good as she was, but I am still getting a 5 1/2 hours per night, so I can't grumble. I've done 3 days back at work, taking Ellie with me, and it has worked out really well, with me just finishing as she wakes up for her lunch.
Ellie is gaining loads of weight now, at 5 weeks and 2 days old she is now a healthy 7lb 5.5oz. At mother & baby group I got talking to a mum who's NOT so little one (a week older than Ellie born at 9lbs+), her baby is called Rosie Ellen & my little sweetie is Ellie Rose, how cool is that!
Keep well ladies