1 picture = 1k words+

Also the thought of writing a thousand words is exhausting in my present “condition”.

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All going to plan Nipper 3.0 will be out of beta testing mode and into full release in the New Year. Now you know why I was yawning in your company. Really you are scintillating; I was just tired.



13 Responses to “1 picture = 1k words+”

  1. Made Marian says:

    Congratulations Rosanne. Delighted for you!

  2. Lily says:

    Roseanne, congratulations. Delighted for you. Hope the pregnancy is really easy. It seems like only yesterday when I was at your stage – ‘No 3′ now 15! Enjoy it all

  3. Mark Reilly says:

    Congrats, give you a few months to thinking up the a properly obscure Smith-like name. :)

  4. enormous says:

    @Marian – thanks! And I haven’t forgotten our crochet plan. Was only thinking about you last week!

    @Lily Now that is like the parenting equivalent of a papal blessing! If I can do half as good a job as you did with your three I’ll be laughing! What’s your secret?

    @Mark We’re thinking Aloysius – whatcha reckon? Ideas on a post card please!

  5. Aislinn says:

    Congratulations!

  6. Frank Bradley says:

    Congrats and best of luck.

  7. enormous says:

    Hi Aislinn, Frank,

    Thanks! I’m feeling much more excited now that people know :)

    E

  8. Abigail says:

    Now I can tell everyone. Yay!! Brilliant x x

  9. Congratulations Roseanne, that’s wonderful news.

    Make sure to register twitter, facebook and domain names for him/her – never mind about putting their name down for school :)

  10. enormous says:

    Thanks Eamon :) How come you don’t look happy in your avvy though?
    Well with nipper 2.0 it’s a lost cause what with the TV station, the carpark, the legendary Irish hero and hurler there’ll be no getting his domain name. This is of course a factor in the naming game along with no fadas, and no unneccesary consonants. However as a pregnant lady/ new mother it is my perogative to change my mind at the drop of a fada ;)
    R

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