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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

Comments

Kath said…
I'm so happy that Bebe is not only doing well, but improving and thriving under your care. I'm even happier that you 2 will be able to have some time to yourselves on a regular basis. Shame we don't live nearer or we could come over and have Bebe lead us astray with music, dancing and mayhem while you were out!
XX
Bebe would absolutely love that Kath!
She's off to Granny's Disco on Tuesday & we promise to get some dancing vids posted soon!
K&S :) xx
Jane and Chris said…
Love the pic of Si doing Bebe's hair. A girl HAS to look her best when she goes out!
I wouldn't mind betting that your attitude combined with vegan food is a benefit to Bebe that no drugs could ever be.
Jane x

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