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  • Tigger | The Age of Change

    Tigger is 10 and well on the way to 11, and as he’s getting older like many kids he’s changing, with this age bracket he’s caught between two significant parts of his life, being a kid and then teenager as he moves from one to the next, and with that, his attitude, likes and mindset change.

    Family
    / July 19, 2021
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | June 2021

    Last year in March 2021 I decided to do a Lockdown Diary, these were weekly but with the return to a bit more normality, kids back to school everything starting to open, I moved it to Monthly, and with us still in Lockdown each month was continuing through our journeys. It was June! there was optimism with the more relaxing and an end date in sight, we were planning the rest f the year and football was around the corner.

    Family
    / July 5, 2021
  • Tigger | An Artistic Boy

    Something I’ve talked about before in other relatable posts is Tigger and his drawing, whether using a tablet, at school in a variety of projects, or just simply in his notepads/notebooks around the house, he over the years has grown into just enjoying drawing.

    Family
    / June 23, 2021
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | May2021

    Last year in March 2020 I decided to do a Lockdown Diary, these were weekly but with the return to a bit more normality, kids back to school everything starting to open, I moved it to Monthly, and with us still in Lockdown each month was continuing through our journeys. We hit may! 2 bank holidays more easing of lockdown, jabs, and beginning of half term, plus it’s the sunshine returned!

    Family
    / June 7, 2021
  • Roo the Baker

    Roo at a younger age enjoyed baking, she liked to be involved whether it was a school or with us in the kitchen, as she has got older she has enjoyed more baking and trying new baking techniques, let alone at her high school where she does even more baking, its one of those that hobbies shes enjoyed and stuck with her.

    Family
    / May 17, 2021
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | April 2021

    Last year in March I decided to do a Lockdown Diary, these were weekly but with the return to a bit more normality, kids back to school everything starting to open, I moved it to Monthly, and with us still in Lockdown each month was continuing through our journeys. With April upon us and now a full year in this lockdown style rules it was Easter, but with dates coming up, numbers continuing to drop and more Vaccines happening there is a sense of optimism for many.

    Family
    / May 10, 2021
  • Reader Family | Books2Door

    As a family, they can share many activities and interests, in our household, one of the things we like to do is read, and with several age groups spanning all 3 kids and Boo, this covers quite a lot of different books and different attitudes towards reading and books.

    Family
    / May 7, 2021
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | March 2021

    Last year in March I decided to do a Lockdown Diary, these were weekly but with the return to a bit more normality, kids back to school everything starting to open, I moved it to Monthly and with us still in Lockdown each month was continuing through our journeys. March Madness! time, a time of school returns more lockdown easing mindset, Half term, and easter approaches.

    Family
    / April 8, 2021
  • Diary of our COVID 19 Lockdown | February

    Last year in March I decided to do a Lockdown Diary, these were weekly but with the return to a bit more normality, kids back to school everything starting to open, I moved it to Monthly and with us still in Lockdown each month was continuing through our journeys. Its February! it may not be a miserable month historically like January but its often the first change of the tide in the year, and even in Lockdown it potentially was.

    Family
    / March 8, 2021
  • Independent and Creative | The Piglet Story

    Piglet is now 5, and I’ve previously written a post about her being adventurous, she’s a fearless soul and will often push the boundaries, but alongside this shes very independent, and we’ve noticed over the last 2 years that she is that classic creative child.

    Family
    / February 22, 2021