Your aunty Ange is looking forward to "going nutty over my nephew" as she puts it, and you have aunties Elizabeth and Billy to meet, as well as a swag of non-related ones; Chris, Nat, Deb ...
The black and white furry thing that sleeps a lot. He's a hit with the neighbourhood kids, and even let nearly two-year-old Leo poke his eyes out the other day before adult intervention was required. You and Charlie will be great pals.
F is for Fishing
No pressure my love, but if uncle Matt takes you under his wing, you could be the next Tiger and make us all very rich.
You are part Northern Irish. Like Liam Neeson and George Best.
M is for Monique
Your godmother, the one whose job it is to teach you to rebel against authority, question the government and never take no for an answer.
N is for No
A word you may hear a lot of when you're a kid.
O is for Oyster catcher
A bird with a long, red beak and silly walk. Your Dad doesn't believe they catch oysters at all.
P is for Phnom Penh
One day we'll go there and ride motorbikes around the city. I promise I won't crash.
Q is for Queen
On Mum's birthday, she is one.
R is for Roskill (Mt)
Where your Graham Grandparents live, and where you'll hopefully spent lots of time running around doing kid stuff.
S for is Sweeney
He's your cousin. He's a pretty cool dude. You'll like him.
T is for Tokoroa
Where Mum grew up. This makes her very staunch indeed.
U is for Universe
and underwear and unicorn and umbrella. All good things.
V is for Vanya
Your nana. She thinks you're awesome, though she would use other words. Grandad thinks you're awesome too.
W is for Wellington
Where we live and where you are going to be born. It's nice.
X is for Xanadu
A very silly film in the 1980s starring Olivia Newton John.
Y is for You
You are awesome.
Z is for Zebra
A funny striped horsey thing.