How many years does it take for something to become a tradition? Is twice enough, or do you have to do it for a third year to really make it stick?
Happy Halloween everyone! It’s been a busy day for us :)
I had a great post lined up for Country Kids this week; a post full of trees and lakes, bikes and huge rocks. But, I am going to save that for next week as today, this happened.
The wee girl recently discovered the sink. More specifically, soapy bubbles in the sink!
Well, after six weeks, our container finally arrived last Thursday!
Just over a week ago now, I packed up and emptied our old house in Edinburgh. A container was filled with the random collection of boxes and furniture that was left behind when we first moved. A final goodbye was said to our home.
My daughter loves imaginative play. She likes nothing better than playing in her chitchen (kitchen) and bringing me tea and biscuits and sandwiches.
Over the last few months the wee girl has become less and less keen on being confined to the buggy so, the job of teaching her not to run away has begun.
The boys love building with Lego. They can both spend hours creating models, the most popular being cars.
This weekend saw us celebrate the little boys fifth birthday. I can’t believe that he’s five and that he will be starting kindergarten in August! He is growing up so fast.