There were many many days I believed with every part of me that this would never happen but there were also many many days where I fought with every part … Continue reading The end: Back on trach!
This originally set out as an instagram post but the tears streaming down my face told me that it needed to be much more than that. And so here it … Continue reading Pre-School Graduation.
As Mummy & Daddy stood on the doorstep, with us both tucked up sleeping in bed, Mum held back the tears. They have stood on the doorstep and clapped for … Continue reading Somewhere over the rainbow…
It wasn’t the birthday we are used to and it wasn’t the birthday we planned either, but we had a blast anyway! This year will always be the year the … Continue reading Lockdown Birthday
I signed off my last blog a month ago with ‘see you on the other side’…we had already been isolating a week by that point and I had no intention … Continue reading Insta-perfect home-schooling!
For the past week we have chosen to ‘self-isolate’ as much as we can as to try and keep Rory as well as possible pending his planned surgery yesterday. Not … Continue reading Coronavirus – our perspective!
Yesterday we went to Kirklees Light Railway and we had a lovely day, I felt that we needed to blog about it. We have been before, quite a few times … Continue reading Please keep your children seated…
With mark-making coming up as the next steps for both boys at their progress meetings, and both being very typical of boys and not showing much interest in writing at … Continue reading Playroom rotation: Early writing skills
Christmas landed and so did the toys. We let the boys have everything out for a few days before having a big sort out and putting some away in the … Continue reading Playroom rotation: Vehicles
Mummy made the most of having me at home, just me and her. She planned lots of activities that either exercise the prerequisite skills for writing, provide a mark-making opportunity … Continue reading 8 ways to encourage mark making and prepare for writing in the early years!
My day hasn’t quite gone to plan and I felt like I had a blog in me, and so i’m not really sure where this is going, but i’m sure … Continue reading Blackbird in the window
‘I came in like a wrecking ball’ quite aptly played via Alexa as I closed the front door after the nursery run. That empty feeling I always get when the … Continue reading Wrecking ball