Category Archives: Teenagers
Our family after our traditional Christmas morning swim in Hampton Open air Pool 🙂 The best way to start Christmas! I hope everyone has had a lovely Christmas Day xxx
Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit
As Michelle says in the Weekly Photo challenge, having a dog does indeed mean going for walks daily, often more than once a day. Where the habit comes in for us is where we chose to go for our walks. … Continue reading
I’ve been under the weather…. but I’m not giving up!
Where on earth have I been? I can’t believe its been nearly a month since my last post! I’ve missed all my favourite weekly challenges, I’ve got some catching up to do! I have been ill, even more than normal, … Continue reading
My Best Photo of the Week
This is a picture of my daughter Charlotte. She would like to be a model, so we have started having some photo-shoots. This photo is Charlotte’s favourite from this session. Thank you so much to WeLiveInaFlat for the challenge 🙂
A dyslexic walks into a bank… “Air in the hands mother stickers this is a fuckup!”
I’ve known that I was dyslexic from before I started school. My dad is dyslexic, he struggles with reading and spelling, he had a really hard time in school, he was always afraid of exams. Lots of my relatives are … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable
This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is Companionable Wilson is one of the friendliest dogs, he only ever barks to let us know there is someone at the door, and when we open it he is so excited to see who our … Continue reading
Charlotte’s Prom Sorry I have been quiet for a few days, preparing for Charlotte’s prom was a big deal! We bought 3 dresses, 3 pairs of shoes, truckloads of jewellery before she was ready!
A visit to the Doctor!
Happy Birthday Sweet 16
At about 11pm on this day 16 years ago, I turned to my husband and said, I think this baby might be on time. Our first daughter was 10 days late and took 33 hours to arrive, not so with … Continue reading
I am Legend!
Well at least I think I am! Many sleepless nights ago (about 9 to be honest) we finally accepted that the home computer really had died, and that much as I love my children, I did not want them hogging … Continue reading