2016 Bucket List: Update
Last year I set myself a challenge to complete a bucket list for 2016. This is because I don’t like resolutions. Resolutions have an air of pressure – for me anway – and seem to concentrate on the negative. Bucket lists seem to encourage you do something different. Something new. Something positive.
The last few weeks have been pretty rubbish if you ask me. I’ve constantly felt like duck (hear me out) – gracefully gliding through life to the naked eye, but frantically flapping underneath the water. It started when my stepmum got admitted into hospital for a number of issues I won’t disgust you with. But
The last six months since our last update have flown by, and yet they feel like an eternity ago. I really can’t believe T is now 18 months old. T is a proper little boy now, constantly on the move and constantly eating! He has his own little character and is smart and funn with
It didn’t take long after T turning one that his words started becoming more word like and less like babble. Although I had no qualms about having a conversation with him, it got tricky after a while, especially when T would look at me in confusion, knowing full when I had already asked him “how
I’m The big ONE. T is now a full 12 months old. Starting this update with a bang, T had an amazing first birthday and got spoilt rotten by friends and family. We decided to go to Marwell zoo on his actual birthday and then have a party on the Saturday. Marwell was wonderful. Despite
It’s been a busy one this month. I honestly don’t know where Febrary went. In just over a month, we’ll be celebrating T’s FIRST birthday. We’ve just started getting bits ready, although we’re far from done. We’re trying not to go OTT, but you’re also only one once! T has (finally) been busy getting himself mobile,