Chaos, but fun here!
Started the day in hospital, followed shortly by bringing a 4-day-old baby home! There followed a frantic period of unloading the car and reloading it with presents, wrangling a very recalcitrant pram tyre onto the rim with the help of no less than 3 yellow michelin tyre levers, and then leaving again for the family lunch at my parents.
The newborn was a doddle - he slept or lounged sociably in people's arms. The sensitive 2-year-old who doesn't like big crowds of unfamiliar people was a bit more of an issue, but he had no shortage of people willing to help him learn to play cricket in the back yard.
I had fun eating all the things I haven't been able to for the last 9 months, including some very nice champagne, before weeks of sleep deprivation, and recovery from surgery caught up with me and I just managed to force down the pudding, cross-eyed with tiredness and nearly asleep on the table and ran off to fall asleep on a bed somewhere!
MrSqueaza and I managed to buy each other near-identical Wii games, and utterly identical CDs for Christmas, so there's going to be some returning/exchanging going on. At least we are on the same wave-length!
Home again for chaos of dinner/bed with two kidlets rather than just one, and peace descended momentarily on the house, until it was discovered that a vital piece of SqueazEd's parking garage was missing some holes and therefore couldn't be assembled for him to play with
Looking forward to a day of doing very little at home tomorrow and settling into our new family dynamic without the chaos of Christmas day to contend with!
Stephen - in regards to the iTunes library, our PC was threatening to die a few weeks ago, and my father copied all our important stuff, which was basically documents/pictures/music onto a portable HDD, and then we just popped it all up onto the new PC. Somewhere in the music folders was all my CDs that I'd put up into iTunes, and when I copied them all onto the new computer, the new version of iTunes just found them all and that was it. I was kind of prepared to lose them all but very glad I don't have to manually enter track/CD information for 130 or so CDs again (the database of classical stuff is far from comprehensive, or downright wrong...)
Barefoot - pics or it didn't happen!
Still a cyclist, albeit one who never rides any more....