It has been a week worthy of “Vabruary” – the notorious month of February when your children are constantly sick and you are at home with them “vabbing“. First, E was sick with a fever that didn’t want to go down. Otherwise, though, he was fine. But a fever is a fever and I was home with him for two days. Then Husband came down with it, just in time for Easter, followed by O two days ago. You would think that I struggled withRead More
That first week back after a good holiday is always a strange one, isn’t it? You start the week a little confused at work but happy because you’ve been on holiday and then, by the end of the week, your holiday seems months back and you feel like you’ve never been away. Oh, well, the only thing to do in those circumstances is to get right on a plan the next trip. Which is what I did. Weekly wishes last week Take Online Marketing exam. NOPE –Read More
“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2014.” Little O: Lollipop boy ° ° ° Baby E: does not like chocolate, apparently ° ° ° Weekly portraits of the boys, linking up with Practising Simplicity and The Boy and Me. ° ° ° Content on this site may not be used or reproduced without permission.
I missed posting this yesterday – this week is just speeding by. In fact, it looks something like this: O has been asking for weeks now if we can paint eggs for Easter. He started just after the beginning of Lent, mainly because that’s when we went skiing and last year when we were skiing, it was Easter. Therefore in the toddler mind skiing = Easter = egg painting. There is certainly logic there, but there is also a lot of stubbornness and an inability toRead More
It has just been so busy here that I simply have not had the time to grab more than half a cold cup of tea most days, let alone sit down and write any blog posts. I feel I have really been neglecting my little blog but I hope to get back on track shortly. I’m afraid that the photos may have very little info with them in this post, simply because two weeks ago seems like a very long time and I can barelyRead More