natalia
January 20, 2011

a star is born

Me Myself and Eye

One of the reasons why I have been so quiet over the last few weeks is down to the arrival of our lovely baby daughter. Natalia Louise checked in bright and early on the 30th November weighing in at 6lbs 13ozs.

It’s been a fun holiday with her around. I have a new muse! Now maybe Charlotte and her mum will get a break…

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