My Top Seven of 2018

My Top Seven of 2018

Last week, I was tagged by Lauren from Scrapbook Blog to share my ‘Top 7’ things from 2018. Like Lauren, I’m still very much in a reflective mood, and therefore feel that this is a lovely tag to finish off 2018. Hopefully.

2016 Bucket List

I’ve never been a fan of resolutions. They always seem to target the negative or can turn themselves into a chore. “Lose weight” is usually a popular one, but one that’s often broken first. Unless you want¬†to do it, or would have done it without the resolution, don’t do it. You’ll just feel rubbish about

Our First Family Holiday 

We’ve been going to Cornwall every year since the wife and I got together. It was our place to escape. To relax. We’ve been to other parts of the West Country but Cornwall is and will always be our favourite. So naturally, when it came to having our first family holiday, we wanted to go

Surviving The Summer Holidays (with a 3-4 month old).

For the past 4 months I had regular outings planned every week. On Wednesdays, I went swimming. On Fridays, I had a baby group. On one of the other days I met with my post natal mums for either soft play, coffee, or a walk (or all three!). It was a nice routine and I

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Me

Last week, our friend Heather over at LezBVeganMoms tagged us to complete a ’10 Things You Didn’t Know About Me…’ Link. I don’t normally do these but the questions sounded fun and I thought it would help me string two words together – something I’m not doing well at at the moment.  The rules are

Sunday Walks

Around the area that we live are several places we enjoy walking the dog.    For years we’ve been coming to these places and whilst there, we chat. A lot. Before T arrived, the chats would primarily be around “when/if we have kids” and what we’d get up to with them. We’d daydream about days