Last week Sam was on holidays for a whole week. It was a really nice break because we got some time to enjoy each other’s company. We didn’t go abroad or do anything particularly special but just watch some films at home, go out with Julia, treat ourselves at Nando’s and we finally got the opportunity to go to the Preston temple together while a friend of us looked after Julia for a couple of hours. Julia was very excited to have her daddy around all the time, specially at night time. It was fun to see how she would copy him in everything he did and how as the days went by he became her new BFF. Now he is the only one who can help her get rid of the wee left in the potty…that’s an issue, because he is back to work now, but I guess we will be able to get through it soon. We also stopped breast feeding. It was hard in the beginning for Julia and I, not only physically but emotionally talking as well, but now she understands that breastfeed is for little babies and that she is a big girl now. Oh! She doesn’t let me touch her chest either, she says «mama no breast»…fair enough I guess! Haha. It was a hard decision to make but we knew it was the right time. Sometimes it is scary how fast time goes by and how big and independent your children become and there’s nothing you can do to stop it, you just have to help them achieve their full potential and in return they give you those precious moments that you will remember for the rest of your life.