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26Jan

This weekend we decided to move Ella out of her cot bed (which we need for Lucy) and into a proper single bed.  I had no worries about the transition (other than she’s growing up too fast!), Ella’s been sleeping with the sides off the cotbed for a year now. She’s still quite a mobile sleeper so the bed will give her more space to move around.
New sheets and a pillow are in place (she says ‘pillow’ in a very cute way!). She settled and slept really well, so far so good! And of course there’s cat and snuggle too…
Lucy seems to like the cot bed, although not enough to sleep in it beyond 6am! So here she is wide awake in our room one morning…

           Sleep mummy??! Hahaha!

  

Amy Dunn

Our first baby, Ella Mary, was born at the end of November 2010. We were shocked to find out soon after her birth that she has Down's Syndrome. I was determined from the start that Down's Syndrome will never define Ella or what she is able to do. We will provide for her everything she needs to become the child and the person she deserves to be. There will be hard times ahead.... there are already many hard times behind us. But I already know that the good times will always outweigh the hard times. She has taught me so much in such a short time and seeing life from a new perspective is a privilege that not many of us get the chance to experience.

One Response to Living Arrows 4/52 – sweet dreams

  1. Helen

    Lovely smiles from both your girls 🙂

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