We’ve not done much this week. The weather has been awful, like much of the rest of the country, so apart from school, swimming lessons and Gabe’s singing group and soft play we haven’t really been anywhere.
There’s been a lot of LEGO play this week, and a fair bit of screen time but the boys have been happy and have actually been playing really well together lately. It seems at three and a half Gabe is now getting big enough to play with Toby without always being the annoying baby brother. Of course they still squabble but it is getting better…. long may it continue!
After being stuck inside for most of the week with the rainy weather, yesterday the sun came out so we all went to the park for a bit of fresh air. Gabe had been asking to go all week but it was always either raining or just not a great time of day so when we actually had a chance to go we had to make the most of it.
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Another week has flown by – I can’t believe we’re on week 10 of the year already! This is such a short half term too. The boys have only just gone back to school and nursery but it’s only four weeks until they break up again! Read more
I’m back again with another Living Arrows post – these seem to be pretty much all I’m posting on my blog at the moment, but I’m glad I am because without these posts I probably wouldn’t be writing anything at all! Read more
Well, just like that half term is over and we’re back to school and nursery this morning (and I’m taking the opportunity to try and get the house clean and tidy again!) We’ve had a lovely week off – well me and the boys at least, poor Barry has still been working. Read more
Last week was the last week of school for us and apart from a school disco for Toby it was a quiet one as usual. This weekend though was a little bit different. For the second time ever we left the boys overnight with my mum and dad and went away. Read more
It’s been a bit of a strange week here – I went to a funeral in Leeds on Wednesday, which meant swapping Gabe’s days at nursery and it’s made me feel a bit topsy-turvy all week. The boys both seem really tired at the moment too, I think we’re definitely ready for half-term next week! Read more
We have finally made it to February after what seemed like the longest month ever! We are all still a bit ill but after hibernating for most of January we really needed to get out somewhere this weekend. It was actually lovely and sunny on Saturday but still very cold so we decided to go and play crazy golf.
This is going to be a short post this week because we really haven’t done anything at all! Well, I went to London on Thursday to see Hamilton which was brilliant, but I started getting a headache on the train on the way home, which turned into some sort of sinusitis and I still feel rubbish now. Read more
As we move nearer the end of January we are still in hibernation mode here. This week has been cold, and sometimes wet (although no snow here as usual on the Fylde Coast!) It’s been another quiet week at school and nursery for Toby and Gabe with not much on this weekend either. Read more
It’s week 2 of Living Arrows for 2019 and we are back to reality with a bump! Toby went back to school on Monday and Gabe was back at nursery too. Actually, despite my fears last week they were both fine! Gabe cried a little bit when I dropped him off on Monday but just ran in the other two days he was there, and Toby was absolutely fine too. Fingers crossed it continues this week! Read more