Rocker Rod Stewart is suffering sleepless nights with newborn son Aiden — forcing him to seek shelter in the spare room!
I love that 66-year-old new dad Rod Stewart is experiencing REAL parenthood unlike many other pampered celebrities…. But perhaps he should help his wife Penny Lancaster feed, change and comfort 10-week-old Aiden rather than run away to another room!
Babies have a knack of waiting until you’ve mastered their routine before changing the rules, developing a new box of tricks for you to learn all over again.
Callum recently found a novel way to tell his parents it was time to give him solid food — psychological torture.
He’s wriggling, thrashing and squirming with all his might, but baby Callum just can’t get going – and it’s frustrating the hell out of him!
Jill and I came to the conclusion early on that the little guy was in a desperate hurry to grow up and get on with his life.
Callum is 4 months old today. We didn’t mark the occasion with a party, cake or any balloons. As every new parent knows, this particular landmark means only one thing — a dreaded trip to the doctor’s office!
It’s been 2 months since Callum last visited his pediatrician, which sadly isn’t long enough for us to forget that he and doctors don’t mix well.
We’ve achieved the holy grail of all new parents. It’s taken nearly four months, but for now at least Jill and I can kiss goodbye to sleep-deprived dazes, bleary-eyed mornings and twilight tantrums.
Callum‘s sleeping all night! It all started about a week ago – and it has literally changed our lives.
I can’t believe I didn’t spot it sooner. The clues were staring us in the face.
They’re both pudgy, bald, Brits who are prone to tantrums! And as I discovered this week, my son, Callum might just be as musically gifted as the Rocket Man himself, Elton John!
The greatest myth ever told about parenthood is that you bond the second your bambino is plucked from the womb. It sure didn’t work like that for me!
It didn’t happen the next day either.