you are moving tomorrow already, Miles - that is a really big event for you and your family ) How is Shawn there - is he anxious about that as well?): i suppose he is still too small to feel the significance of the event) So what are you planning to do when you are going to arrive there, by the way? Unpacking, may be you are going to do some renovations there in the first several weeks? I remember when we did move to this place in Nottingham - we did change lot of things here actually. Though it is inconvenient to do that - when you do have the small kid with you - i do understand that.. Do you have some of your relatives living there with you?
Ben - we are already here - and that does feel fantastic) the neighbour that I was telling you about did apologize for that kind of behaviour - and he did promise to explain what it was all about... the only thing that is missing here for now is the cable internet - but we are going to have it today in the afternoon already.. So basicly we are really happy) As for the relatives - my parents are living here) So there is not going to be any problem - if I will need to hand the kid to someone for several days - grand ma and grand pa are going to be glad to have Shawn with them even for a month)
Miles - so it is already quite a time since you did move.. how does it feel now - after some time had passed? how is the kid?:) And what with that neighbour that you were speaking about?:) You did promise to tell us some interesting - so you are taking it too long with your silence) as for my news.. We are going to fly to the clinic on the fifteenth.. that is not going to take long - as our manager said c- they did calculate that the kid must be born on fifteenth - or somewhere around that time. We are not that .. sentimental and crazy to insist on our presence on the birth itself - so we are going to do just fine.
I do agree with your opinion about the presence on the birth itself. .More than that - I know that there are people who do film all that.. I wonder what is the purpose of that.. Are they showing that to the kid itself - and all the guests on his birthday party? that does remind me of George Carlin's stand-up - when he was speaking about "professional parents, those obsessive diaper sniffers")) He really did point out that right - I did see that kind of people - and I was always trying to keep away from them.. .else way I would tell them what do i think about all that - and we would become enemies)
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