2015 Week 15 Day 2 – We had a relaxed day today playing with new toys that were purchased from the local toy shop. Here Willow helped Felix hatch his dinosaur egg. 2015 Week 15 Day 3 – Auntie Deirdre was driven over from Devon by her brother ‘Shandad’ and his wife Linda, ready for […]
2015 Week 14 Day 7 – We had more amazing sunny spring weather today and so, with the help of some friends, we had a water garden play day.
2015 Week 14 Day 5 – Today we met up with more family and long standing friends to compete in a Pooh Stick race, as is our tradition.
2015 Week 14 Day 4 – Paul’s birthday, and so, for 5 minutes, he was the centre of attention… as documented by Barnaby Before the kids turned their attention to Easter Eggs… and an Easter Eggs hunt in the garden
2015 Week 14 Day 1 – Rain last night meant a jewel in a leaf and the children decided that they needed cover in a newly acquired gazebo!
2014 Week 35 Day 5 – The day we packed up to come back home was, of course, boiling hot! Still, it was nice to pack up a dry tent and have breakfast in the sun. We came home to find out that Barnaby had been nominated for an ice bucket challenge, which basically meant […]
2014 Week 35 Day 4 – A full day at the campsite meant some games and a walk, the latter event much to the kids annoyance! And then on to a nice BBQ supper. We had run out of fuel due to a misunderstanding yesterday. When my husband told me the water had boiled and […]
2014 Week 35 Day 3 – We had a sneaky camping trip with friends just before school started. Just a local(ish) basic campsite by the river. Perfect.
2014 Week 34 Day 5 – A quiet day today; after a substantial breakfast, we headed home. But first, we had to pack up all those toys the children simply could not live without, even for one night!
2014 Week 34 Day 3 – After a morning of activities and a photoshoot with a mascot, we headed to the ‘beach’. It feels like the edge of the world. The sea is too far out to be seen, and the land is cracked and feels ever moving. In fact, if you stand still long […]