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Time For Us

We are really getting into the swing of life with Bebe & she is doing wonderfully well...
Far better than we ever imagined!


She has been with us for 3 weeks now & has already got to grips with the stairs & where her bedroom & bathroom are... When she arrived she was unsteady & using a walking stick, we had to assist her on the stairs & getting up the step in her bathroom.
Now she has given up her stick & can negotiate the stairs & step independently... Has she just gained confidence or is our vegan diet working wonders?! 

We moved to Cornwall when Hugo was just 5 years old & although Bebe has seen him regularly over the years she just can't accept that he is now a young man, so sadly she greets him as either a stranger or thinks he is Kay's Brother!

Bebe is loving day care & will soon be going in for regular respite. 
We are missing being able to go out in the evenings, so once we are satisfied that she is ready - we will be bringing in a sitter for one evening a week. We know how important it is for all of us to have some time out!

Last weekend, Bebe was invited to a Christmas party at her day care place...
Sime was in charge of hair styling!

And we spent a very pleasant afternoon on The Roseland...

We firstly got drenched in the rain...

Then enjoyed a dry, but windy walk around Portloe. 

Walking up to join the coastal path...

View from above...

Here's a quick video of the choppy sea too.

Fresh Cornish sea air... Wonderful!

Love Kay & Sime
xx

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