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She, of course, passes them onto her sister and her kids. As you can see, Ez LOVES the spoon and sippy cup I think I got in the grab bag from the Digital Parents Conference.
And the whole family gets great use out of the air fryer I reviewed yonks ago. My sister has even cooked a roast in it!!!
A Liam Self-portrait
Back in Newcastle for a while, to regroup, get things in perspective, look after myself, and play with some adorable little people.
It could be worse!
Because instead of doing anything productive today, I spent much of it vomiting and dashing to the loo.
But look! Cute kid photos from visiting the family on Thursday.
He spent the day with this World Rare Diseases Day sticker on his head.
While his six month old sister has learned to crawl, and with good pace, when there is food around. Liam left the crusts of this peanut butter toast on his plate, and Ez was after it and had it straight in her mouth.
Same with the cake bits Liam dropped. Ezri’s head turns, spots them, and she’s off!
Today, the rare day of Feb 29, is World Rare Diseases day.
In Australia, the Steve Waugh Foundation is dedicated to supporting those with rare diseases and their families, as these kids with ‘orphan’ diseases often don’t fall under established support and funding services.
Dear little nephew Liam is one of the kids who falls under the umbrella of rare conditions, with his Spondyloepimetaphyseal dysplasia. With something the local therapists have never seen, and the specialists only come across rarely, it can be hard to get answers and to know if you’re on the right track with monitoring of development.