I make no apologies, I’m shouting loud & proud about my little ones.
When they thrust into my hands their End of School reports, little did my Little Shires know they’d bring me to tears *in a good way!* Proud? You betcha I am!
‘Transition’ is my Word for this Week. Change is all about moving forward, positively, and that’s what’s been happening, whether it’s at school, preparing for summer holidays or my hair! Read More
What happens when it’s time to leave the park but the children are insistent they don’t want to? My Little Mister hides. He’s four years old. This is his hiding place.
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Last week the weather was beastly here, with a cutting wind and skies gun-metal grey for the majority of the day. Last week was also half term. Prior to having children, last week I would’ve mainly stayed indoors waiting for a break in the weather, keeping warm and drinking oodles of tea. But with children Read More
Despite living in Oxfordshire we spend little time in Oxford, so a visit to Oxford Castle was quite special. It’s striking how central the Castle is; right in the heart of the city surrounded by shops and restaurants. Strange to think that until the 1970s it was a High Security prison! Regardless of the chilly Read More
Sitting back in her saddle, feet tucked into stirrups, toes pointing in the air and with short reins, my Mademoiselle launched her & her pony into their first, unaided canter and I’m not sure who was most surprised, me or her?! She’s been riding off and one – more off than on tbc – for Read More
This year I’m determined to spend more one-on-one time with Mademoiselle, as she has recently turned 8yo and is growing up so quickly. Which reminded me of the time just the two of us spent last year attacking Go Ape in Black Park, near Uxbridge. Mademoiselle describes Go Ape as ‘a bit like Tree Fu Read More