We support the Women’s March

We support the Women’s March

Last weekend as we headed towards London to see friends and family for a wedding reception we tried to work out if we had time to make it into town for the Women's March. We realised we could probably make it into London, but we were not likely to make it out again in time for the wedding reception so we decided to support the Women's March online. The Women's March in London were live streaming on Facebook and the marches in America had great coverage on Instagram and Twitter. The Women's March…continue reading →
4 is testing us all

4 is testing us all

I have always been vocal about loving every age M has been. Each becomes my favourite due to the different milestones that are hit and new skills learned. When he turned 4 back in July I was excited for all the new experiences he was about to enjoy like starting school, learning to ride a bike, learning to swim and learning to read. What I wasn't prepared for was how 4 would teach us all new skills. Turning 4 bought a new experience into all our lives. Our little man was becoming more…continue reading →
The cycling adventures begin

The cycling adventures begin

Last week I noticed M's best friend had a brand new bike for Christmas. He didn't have stabilisers and was cycling home from school. I turned to M and asked him if he'd like to be able to ride his Spiderman bike properly (which never had stabilisers as we never put them on). He excitedly told me he would and that was when I decided he would learn that weekend. On Saturday morning whilst C and M were swimming, I got his bike out the shed, laid out his helmet and some elbow…continue reading →
January 2017 – Home Life Project

January 2017 – Home Life Project

Last year the very lovely Clare from Maybush Studio created the Home Life Project. It was a project I was keen to join in with and was looking forward to documenting a year in our house. But unfortunately I only posted 3 months worth of Home Life Project posts (Jan, Feb, December) due to us having to leave our rented accommodation as the homeowner decided to sell the house. December's post saw us settling into our new home, which meant I was really pleased when Clare said she was continuing the project this…continue reading →