Grief is a funny thing. There are times when I feel like I am drowning in the stormy sea of grief and times when the waves calm and I find myself just floating along. I have been told that with the passing of time, the frequency of the storms will… View Post

#365daysofgratitude – Week 34

#365daysofgratitude – Week 34

For the last two years, I have taken part in a daily gratitude challenge – sharing one photo a day on Instagram of something I am grateful for. It’s taught me to look for the little things and has made me a more positive person. It has not always been… View Post

Country Kids 25/08/18

Country Kids 25/08/18

Welcome to Country Kids. Country Kids was one of the first linkies I joined in when I started my blog four years ago. It helped inspire me to enjoy so many outdoor adventures with my girls and create happy memories. It is an honour to be taking over hosting Country… View Post

Thomas’s first trip to Chessington World of …

Thomas’s first trip to Chessington World of Adventures

It’s been a little while since our last trip to Chessington. I had hoped to take Sophie for a day out before Thomas arrived but the combination of a heatwave and being heavily pregnant made the prospect of a theme park day out less appealing. We’re now starting to venture… View Post

Precious moments: Capturing those early days

Precious moments: Capturing those early days

Those newborn days are such precious ones. There is just something about a teeny tiny, brand-new baby. I love the feel of a new baby snuggled up to me; the way they’re still all curled up. I love that newborn baby smell; the snuffles and the little sounds they make… View Post

#365daysofgratitude – Week 33

#365daysofgratitude – Week 33

For the last two years, I have taken part in a daily gratitude challenge – sharing one photo a day on Instagram of something I am grateful for. It’s taught me to look for the little things and has made me a more positive person. It has not always been… View Post