Much like the rest of the world Antarctica has winters and summers and ice increases in the winter and decreases in the summer. The winter limits of Antarctic sea ice (ice floating on the ocean which contributes nothing to sea level in either melted or frozen state) are increasing and the summer limits are ever smaller every year with some of the largest calving off of major floating glaciers ever seen in recorded history.
Yes, yes. We have summer and winter in both hemispheres. If you want me to elaborate on the point I made in response to the comment I was replying to, the growth of annual maximum antarctic sea ice volume is far smaller than the shrinkage in the annual minimum arctic ice volume. Happy now?