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#Photo365 Photography Challenge: December in Pictures. 

December! The last month of 2016! I can’t believe where the time has gone. Like our other favourite month, August, December is always such a colourful month, with Christmas dominating the photos. Luxury food, colourful toys and clothes, and gorgeous winter landscapes – it really is a picturesque month. For us, December was mainly viewed

#Photo365 Photography Challenge: October in Pictures. 

October has a seen a definitely change in the weather, which means that T has started to look really autumnal. As a result, he’s also started to look really snuggly when he goes out. Here’s what October looked like for us: If you’d like to follow our #Photo365 challenge, pop on over to our Instagram.

#Photo365 Photo Challenge : September in Pictures. 

September has been a wonderful month, with the three of us going on our second family holiday. Next month, T turns 18 months old! If you’d like to follow our photography challenge, you can find us over on Instagram.    

#Photo365 Photo Challenge : August in Pictures. 

Another month, another #Photo365 recap. If you’d like to follow our photography challenge, you can find us over on Instagram. August has been an awesome month, what with the lack of sickness and T attending second Pride ever! We’ve also been to some wonderful places – making August a pretty fun and colourful month! K

#Photo365 Photo Challenge: July In Pictures.

July has pretty much sucked in our house, with sickness being the main theme. Although we are pretty chuffed that T took his first few independent steps this month!!  Long gone are the days of a simple cold, we’ve now suffered with irritating coughs, conjunctivitis, chicken pox, and now hand, foot and mouth disease. It’s

#Photo365 Photo Challenge: June In Pictures.

June has been a busy month, although not for the right reasons. Our highlight was going to Arundel and sitting at the same spot we did almost a year ago, however our low point was wondering what world we’re bringing T into. T’s been really busy, what with visiting the Sea-life Centre, The Wetland Centre, and