Talitha and I have been getting an education in the British naturalisation process. I’ve qualified to apply to become a British citizen for about a year now but I’ve only
I am so proud of having done this project by myself as I have been ridiculously practicality-challenged in the past. But this is my year for having a go at
With the craziness of Christmas and New Year, I’m only just getting around to telling you about the Spanish cooking class Laurence and I took last year. Well, that’s misleading.
Laurence worked in London last week so it was my first time being alone with our two children for that length of time. I worried about it a little bit
Last Wednesday, I did my first solo cross-country drive. Yeah, on the night when the weather in the South West was borderline insane because of that tornado over in Wales.
It has been quiet here, hasn’t it? I did that thing where I just lived life and kept my reflections mostly to myself over the past few weeks (Laurence has
What a year it’s been. Ophelia was born, Laurence went freelance, we joined a church closer to home, Talitha turned three, we both got into gardening (which was a huge
I’m a big fan of reading parenting books. I know some people think they distract you listening to your instinct. I believe a good book, with solid footing in science,
For a while, I’ve been meaning to share this video Laurence made. It pictures a young woman working in a office. She looks like she has everything going for her.
That time of month has rolled around again for us to create a craft from a box of goodies sent to us by Bostik and Craft Merrily. I know this
We had a bit of festive fun over the weekend running a little family photo shoot for our Christmas cards. I’d already bought Bristol-themed cards from a charity shop but
I didn’t grow up with Advent. I may have mentioned this here before. My first December in England, nine years ago, I didn’t know what it was. My introduction came