Anne is now breastfeeding so she asked me to continue.
We are doing fine and enjoing our baby, but parenthood is very time consuming (especially for Anne).
We never leave Ron alone. He sleeps in our bed, and is always held or carried in a baby sling.
In four weeks time, I will take paternity leave from work and will take care of Ron. Hopefully this will enable Anne to return to work on the web site and her new buisness as a cat behavior consultant.
As it happens, she is suddenly getting a lot of unplanned publicity with a short feature in the leading national newspaper, soon to be followed with an interview on national radio.
Today they phoned from the Israely cable TV to ask if she would like to apear on a program about pets on the children channel, parheps even on a regular basis (!). Right now, she still can't leave home so everything is on hold.
In this rate I excpect a full feature Spilberg film in the following year...
And moving on from the bed news to the bad news, here the situation is not so good.
There is a lot of terrorism, in a level we have never knew in the past. Most incidents are in the territories, but some are in other places. One of the "favorites" ones is the main street in the next town and the road that is leading there. It is a little scary to go shoping there, and we can hear the ambulances after every incident.
We have a holiday tommorow ('Purim'), something like Halloween, but everybody are gloomy and I think most people won't dress up in customs (people are also afraid the the costums would give an easy cover to terrorists).