這些日子也忙得不可開交，搬了來 Inverkeithing 後小朋友訓得不太好，以前一星期都有一兩日可以噏下個博，而家搞得掂啲功課都偷笑，唔好講話畫畫咁高難度。
我地住係 River Forth的河岸，愛丁堡的對岸。卡係好近的地點返工。佢工作睇嚟還有點未知之數，但我唯有信佢有能力去應付啦。
Since we moved to Inverkeithing we have been very busy, that’s why I really don’t have time to update this blog. Bertie had been sleeping very poorly in the last couple of months. I used to have half an hour or so for myself when we were in West Moors but now I need plenty of luck just to get some homework done.
However, he seems to start sleeping a lot deeper since yesterday. Since we moved here, whenever I walk away after he falls asleep, he wakes up, within five minutes if not immediately. The only way to keep him asleep is to sit or lie next to him. He isn’t bothered by me talking or moving, as long as I am next to him. This is quite a pain because I can literally get nothing done. However, he naps more than 2hours yesterday and today. These couple of days I have been enjoying the legendary 2 hours break to have a cup of tea and sit in front of my computer as well as on the loo without a screaming baby. I hope he has finally entered another stage. I know people would say I should let him cry blahblahblah but whatever.
He seems to turn into a little boy since he started walking. I took him to the baby group today and asked one of the parents to keep an eye on him while I went to another room to have a chat with the nurse. I forgot the time and when I came back the kids are having snack at the tables. I couldn’t hear him crying so I had a brief moment of panic. But finally I saw him just eating at the table like other children, well, more like exploring than eating. But I am glad that he isn’t crawling back to me or crying for me even when he saw me. I think he finally gained some sense of security and confidence. He still prefers to crawl when he is not at home so I think we still have to wait for a few months until he is strong enough to walk to the shops and the park with me. But recently I finally learnt how to carry him on my back comfortably despite his weight. So that won’t be a problem.
We are now living at the bank of the River Forth, 15 minutes train to Edinburgh, and Carl is just working down the road. Things don’t seem perfectly settled and secured yet but I can only trust Carl’s capability to deal with unforeseen changes.