My week in pictures #33

  Top (L-R) This week I have been making the most of time with my biggest girl before she starts school on Monday! Baking chocolate chip muffins Lottie has been drinking from her big cup this week Middle (L-R) I love my girl in her dungarees – big smiles Peeking out of Amelia’s play house! Bottom (L-R) Snuggled up for bedtime stories Off to meet Maisy’s teacher, how grown up is my big girl Finally the sun has been shining and we have made the most of it in the park

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My Girls – August

Maisy (4 years 8 months) August has been the last month with my biggest girl at home during the day, this time next week she will be in the full swing of reception life! She is so ready for school and has missed her friends massively over the last  6 weeks. Some days has been a little bit of a handful but I will miss her a lot when she is in for the full day. I bought Maisy a guitar online a few weeks ago, a ukulele turned up but she didn’t mind. I been listening to the lovely sounds of Maisy’s…

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Our 5 favourite Bedtime Stories

I love reading with my girls I have done every evening since Maisy was just a few months old, we have a huge box filled with all sorts of stories but the girls definitely have their favourites. The ones we all know off by heart but seem to come back to over and over again I introduce new books to them regularly and we also visit the library and borrow some but these are our current favourites:  Giraffes can’t dance – The big bright illustrations are great in this book, the girl’s all love this story and have done for a…

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Summer Breeze On The Quay

I always say how much I love where I live and I really do it’s lovely to visit new places and travel but there really is no place like home – Poole is where I was brought up and it is where my children will be raised. One of the reasons I love living in Poole is there is so much to do for families, Thursday night I took the girls down to the Quay for the Poole Tourism.

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My Girls – June

Maisy (4 years 6 months)  Maisy seems to be getting more and more grown up each day, she has well and truly lost that little toddler look about her and is blossoming into a beautiful clever little girl. This month I went to Maisy’s big school to meet her new teacher for reception this September. I was actually thrilled with who she got as Maisy is friends with her daughter but it has now hit me that she will be going to school – she’s already at the nursery but this is it big girl school no more spur of…

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