9 more days left – I hope!

[ 2 ] 21/07/2013 |


That’s all a pregnant woman needs during the last days while waiting for the baby’s arrival. Feet massage and tons of ice-cream! A good comedy movie will do as well. Any recommendations?

Plus, this little kitten appeared on our balcony a few days ago and after we fed it once, it keeps on coming back. We’re considering to adopt it but I am not sure if this is the best idea because of the timing. Is it safe to take in a kitten (vaccinate it of course and everything) while having a newborn at home?



Category: Countdown to Erik's birth

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  1. Nina says:

    I wouldn’t take in a stray cat at the same time. You never know if it might harm your newborn with a non-developed immune system.

  2. liza says:

    We decided not to adopt it. There’s a group of 4 stray cats over here and they all seem to get along together + the kitten. That’s the first time I see cats forming a group and being “friends” but I guess the plenitude of food from all the nearby restaurants makes it possible. They all seem happy and well fed. So we focus on just caring for the baby for now, once he arrives, and pets later on 🙂

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