Freddie is home safely in north London....overnight is going to be tense until he is rested. We had an agitated 2 hours at home, pacing back and forward, doing anything we could to pass the time and take our minds off the transfer. It didn't work. During my excitement to have him closer to home, to celebrate this, I found a Cockney translator (nothing else to do) and typed in the following phrase below; one of the many multi-lingual languages he will be speaking. Cockney, Scottish and English, to name a few...
The phrase was:
"Our boy is home, back in North London where he belongs. Mum and Dad only have a few miles to go and see him each day. Result."
The website then threw back at me, quoted below, the translation into Cockney-slang and it is a lovely fitting ode/celebration to have our son closer to home. Its actually quite funny and even funnier as Mummy totally understands it too!
"Our Rob Roy is Pope in Rome, Hammer and Tack in norf London where 'e belongs. Maam and Daad only 'ave a few miles ter scaapa fla and clock 'im each day. Result"
As extended family have already said in the post below, what a fitting tribute to Freddie, we have reached the 10,000 views landmark. We have been inundated with good wishes from all our friends and family, via phone, text, Twitter and Facebook.
We are closer to home and it feels GREAT!