bookmark_borderLife is good

Life is Jack. That’s pretty much my update.

There is so much more to it than that of course, it’s a whirlwind ride of sleepless nights, smiles and giggles, nappy changing, pram walks, and those moments when he looks at me and my heart melts all over again.

It’s magical.

We are finding a balance though, Becca getting to the gym, Jack going swimming, and I’ve started nice long walks with him on my lunch hour. Needless to say watching Jack grow (fast and big!) is amazing, his motor skills are coming along, and at almost 5 months old he’s almost sitting up and is grabbing everything in sight to cram into his mouth.

It does mean time and energy for other things is taking a back seat for now, mostly this blog, but even that will come around.

Until then we’ve got a house move to organise. Fun timing eh!

bookmark_borderThings I read

Review of Harold Ramis’s Groundhog Day /// North Korea Hacked Him. So He Took Down Its Internet /// Evade, gaslight, attack: this is the playbook of a corrupt company, not a government /// Highway Code changes spark wave of bad publicity about cycling. But it is good for everyone, particularly motorists – Dr Paul Arnell /// The secret lives of baby teeth /// What Was the TED Talk?​ | Some Thoughts on the “Inspiresting” /// Cultural Latency /// The Banality of Genius: Notes on Peter Jackson’s Get Back /// The Roaring Game /// That which is unique, breaks /// Covid rules: Boris Johnson is right to end the restrictions on our lives, but for the wrong reasons /// Why ‘mood shame’ is bad for you /// Best Sci-Fi Movies of the Last 15 Years /// Men Have No Friends and Women Bear the Burden /// Pass the Ball /// Koalas to the Max dot Com