I have only ever carved a pumpkin once and it was hard work as well as wasteful as we are not keen on eating pumpkin. So this year I wanted to let the kids have some fun but not waste food. We always have oranges and easy peelers at home and the orange colour is […]
The whole country, and indeed the world, have been waiting with bated breath for weeks for the happy arrival of the royal baby. And now their Royal Highnesses have begun the biggest and happiest challenge of their lives. I’ll admit to being a bit miffed at their announcement a few weeks ago that the news […]
Last Friday the children waited with bated breath to find out if their schools were closed for the first snow day of the year. The desperation in their eyes, the hope of a day at home to play in the snow all day… Well, they got it! The text messages arrived from the schools […]
The rain disappeared and the sun shone down for the local service of Remembrance and parade to the war memorial. The service was very moving and I was incredibly proud of Matthew and Anya for taking part in the parade and honouring the dead.
Unfortunately not the best photo due to the darkness but I think her happiness is easy to spot! This week Anya was invested into Beavers at the end of a night time walk to spot bats. I love the range of activities the children get to experience and am hugely proud that Anya has joined […]