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A happy Jack and a play date

Jack's cold seems to have almost all gone now, which is great news for all of us here. Getting up in the night not to feed him but to put drops in his nose so he can breath has been exhausting for all of us. And gorgeous though he is, the sad expression he's been carrying round while he's been suffering has been heart breaking.

Still, the last couple of days he's been much brighter and happier. He had a good time at baby massage this morning too letting me do all the advanced stuff with him and showing off his favourite moves. He's sleeping better in the day again now too which makes for a happier baby while he's awake.

Kathy came over just after lunch today with Katie and they had a play together. I think maybe the two kiddies are starting to recognise each other - Jack sees more of Katie than any other individual child at the moment since me and Kathy are going to some of the same sessions.

They had a play on the big gym and both got all happy and wriggly looking at all the toys. They even managed to grasp each others hands a few times. It took a few goes but we managed to get a photo of it!

*Sigh* 16 weeks old tomorrow and he's already got a girlfriend. They grow up SO fast!

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