Stopppppp Pressssssss! Stop those presses

7 Jan

Hey! Everyone … we had a brilliant time in Brussels, but that’s for another day. And there was some lovely press stuff about Rosie… but you can have the links for that another day too, cos it’s late. Although the press stuff was about how, since TKOE started, you’ve actually raised more or less £45k. More on that another time too. Cos that’s a big thing.

Anyway, all that’s important, but what I’m really on here to do is show you this little person:
Now, the 2014 TKOE competition may have to be choose the name of the baby, as he hasn’t got a name yet. He is however 8lb 1/2 oz.
He is the second offspring of Deborah – she of the gins, jams and chutneys fame – and new brother of Yona, who was a previous TKOE baby.
But the best of it is, he was born on Friday, January 3rd. Rosie’s birthday. And as Deborah was a special person in Rosie’s life, she would have absolutely loved it. He was early too, so clearly chose the day on purpose to gain the crown of the first TKOE baby of 2014. Welcome, little man, and congratulations to your family.

There, that’s tonight’s lovely post. Pictures of blood droplets and more on the press coverage and what you’ve raised coming right up during the course of this week.

🙂 🙂 🙂

Jo xx


2 Responses to “Stopppppp Pressssssss! Stop those presses”

  1. Lucy and Russ January 7, 2014 at 11:02 pm #

    Awwwwwwwww how lovely. Congratulations to Deborah. Look forward to hearing the name.

  2. celia butler January 8, 2014 at 2:02 pm #

    Wonderful news and a beautiful and particularly special baby. Warmest congratulations to the proud parents and sister. x

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