While we were away DS discovered television as a form of entertainment, rather than just something to bash with his toys. Yesterday I put on the DVD of Oliver! to see if he would be interested in it...and for short bursts he was. Soon be time to introduce him to the delights of Thomas The … Continue reading Discovering Television
Here it is - not a bad selection of photos in the end, considering that yesterday was somehing of a hotch-potch kind of day!
Now, as you'd expect, there are lots of photos from the holiday to sort through but here's a peek at a few favourites...
Today is another Scrap Your Day photo-shoot day, all adding to the slightly chaotic atmosphere of a family newly returned from holiday. The photos could prove to be interesting, to say the least...a mountain of washing, anyone?
...come to an end. We're heading home tomorrow evening after a lovely time. The biggest event of the fortnight is that DS has begun to walk independently, albeit still a bit wobbly!!
Most of you know that we have decamped to sunnier climes for 2 weeks and are currently in the Canary Islands, which is why there has been a lack of posts to the blog. We've taken loads of photos and have been able to upload them to DH's laptop but have no way of uploading … Continue reading Sunnier Climes
I know I say this every month, when DS is another month older but ... I can hardly believe that DS is 18-months-old today! And no, he still isn't walking independently... This photo was taken after DS & DN had finished their respective teas - if you look closely you can see that DS has … Continue reading DS at 18 Months
Here's a peek at the beautiful book made by my sister for my 40th birthday. Thanks to BF for supplying additional photos. I just need to add the journaling and we're done. The colour in some of the images isn't that great, as photos taken in artificial light (raining outside!!).
Today has not been the best day for me "mummy-wise" ... but tomorrow is another day and will hopefully be better. I did manage to complete this week's challenge over on UKS, first in a while.
What a fantastic match, the stuff of Wimbledon legend! My money was on Nadal because I thought it was his "turn" and he reminds me of one of DH's nephews!! The final set was real edge-of-your-seat tennis, I could hardly bear to watch. Nadal triumphed in the end: 6-4,6-4,6-7,6-7,9-7 - the longest men's final on … Continue reading Federer v Nadal