What a palava to get Charlotte weighed at the drop in centre. Could not find a car park space so had to park about five minutes away which cost 20p for one hour.
That will be enough time, I thought, (although something in my head was telling me you need more time).
We finally got in the place at 9:37am, seven minutes after the place opened but we were already 16 in the queue and we were only on number eight.
Now I am wondering if I put enough money in the machine.
I am constantly checking my Blackberry for the time, and it's going to be a close run thing.
My dilemma is whether to chance it or bale out and save myself from a parking ticket.
Thank the Lord, I managed to get her undressed, weighed and dressed again and back to the car with five mins to spare.
Now that is job satisfaction.
En-route to 'baby moves' class, Charlotte falls asleep, so we go back and I do some work work.
I can only say that my days are so filled it is exhausting. So much to say that whilst sitting in grandma's chair and Charlote playing quite happily in her play gym, I nodded off three times.
Charlotte is up to three meals a day now and the troublesome times with her feeding seem a distant memory.
Charlotte mood: Takes after her dad (always snoozing)
Charlotte feed: Plenty, regular and trouble-free
Stress factor: Not enough hours in the day!
Steve Knight is a 45 year old shipbroker from Ruislip, and married to Helen, who works for the same employer.
In July, 2012, their daughter Charlotte was born. Steve is now primary carer, on six months' paternity leave, while Helen has gone back to the office to support the family.