Life in Lockdown, Silver Linings and Feeling Grateful
It’s been around two months since lockdown was announced in the UK following the Corona Virus (COVID-19) outbreak, and I’ve probably written and re-written this post half a dozen times. How can one possibly start to unbox and talk about being in a global pandemic when you often don’t know what day it is and
You may remember, when T was three, a little interview I did with him to tell you all about the things he likes to see and do (and eat!). It was a lovely experience as not only was I hearing his vocabulary come along but I was learning more about his personality. Annoyingly, I completely
This post is probably going to be a bit different to our usual yearly update as I’m writing this during a time of complete uncertainty. I would have liked to have written this post during a less turbulent time, when birthdays and Easters aren’t delayed, schools aren’t closed, and the sunshine can be properly enjoyed
Is it that time again? Goodness, where has the year gone? I know I say this every year, but it really has flown. The main contributing factor has definitely been T starting school in September. It absolutely consumed us as soon as the clocks struck midnight into 2019, starting with school places and then uniforms.
You may remember last year I was tagged by Lauren from Scrapbook Blog to take part in a little interview with T just as he was turning three. It was really cute and I was astounded at how much his personality shone through at such an early age. Not to mention how his language was
Here we are again, in what feels like a flash of light, recapping on the past twelve months. I’m very aware that I say this every year, but I can’t believe how quickly time is flying. I think this year has been the most prominent, not only because he’s changed significantly this year, but we’ve