It’s been a good week, albeit a quieter one. We arrived home after a wonderful 4 days away last weekend. There were playdates as we took advantage of a relaxation in the rules here in Wales, and we prepared our kitchen and dining room ready for the floor being screed this week. A busy week of jobs but we managed to ensure there was a little fun in there too.
As 6 weeks of summer stretches out before us, I am a little overwhelmed by the challenge to trying to make this summer special. Last year, we were so excited for the summer. With 6 glorious weeks of freedom ahead of us, we loved every day. This year though, the challenge will be to try and make the next 6 weeks stand out from the 17 weeks at home that have come before it. Each year we create a family… Keep Reading
Oh, my darling boy. I cannot believe that you are 4 already. It feels like only yesterday that we were dropping the Bear off at Grandma and Grandads house on the way to the hospital. You took a while to arrive after a complicated birth, but once you made your way into my arms you completed our little family.
Tomorrow marks the 75th anniversary of VE day. Although both my children are only KS1 at primary school, I was surprised not to see anything in their home schooling provided by their teachers this week. I think it’s incredibly important for our children to understand our history and so, off to Twinkl I went to find some activities. If you haven’t signed up already, Twinkl are offering a massive amount of resources to parents and carers for free while on… Keep Reading
The rainbows are up!! It’s taken us until week three to finally get our rainbow in the window because … well to be honest the kids just weren’t feeling it until now. With so much up in the air at the moment I am aware that the kids must be feeling unsettled by everything and I’m just not sweating the small stuff.