If you go down to the woods today… Nanny, S, WB and I went to the woods to play, make camps and have a picnic. We found a great camp under a fallen tree. It also made a great bouncing … Continue reading
To mark St Georges Day and to celebrate the 100th year of the Scouts, the 30th of the Beavers, there was a Parade in town today. Worrybomb has recently joined the local group and marched behind the band today. The … Continue reading
We went to Nannies and we woke up to snow ! We cleared the drive Then in the pile made a fairy house. the pole was to make the door bigger I think. Slush jumping ! Our answer to Easter … Continue reading
Downunder Auntie came to visit. We went to lots of the old places we went to as children, the nearby canal and its huge flight of steps. A slightly jet lagged couple of Auzzies. A short walk along the canal. Watching … Continue reading
A bit late, but a few photos from the last few weeks Putting up the decorations on the childrens tree. The original design for Worrybombs christmas cards The yearly Reading Motorbike Present run at Great Auntie Cs house. The … Continue reading
December means advent calendars ! Worrybomb has several, a new one from Auntie C with pockets for each day, a chocolate one and an advent candle. Not long until Christmas !
Worrybomb is 7! She is starting to grow up so much these days. She had a lovely day with a party and she was given some lovely presents. The one she has been looking forward to for so many months … Continue reading
Sparklers and some small rockets !
We rode through railway tunnels! Riding from Market Harborough towards Northampton on the old railway line. It has two long ( 400 m plus ) tunnels, and as it was a railway the hills are pretty easy and even on … Continue reading
Earlier in the summer we went camping down in the New Forest ( near where the Famous Five was set ). Today we went across the sea to ride on the Isle of Wight. It was a day very like … Continue reading
Worrybomb has been elected on to the school council!
We finally managed to get the diaries of Nanny J and S together with our own and we all went down to the historic naval docks in Portsmouth. The weather was a little grim, but we got to see the … Continue reading