Tag Archives: Family fun

Summer Hath Spoken

Forget the Jubilee, it would seem that a celebration of summer has spontaneously taken place in this house, this week.  We’ll keep Jubilee Celebrations to the weekend designated.  These are some anecdotes from our celebration of summer, to date. The … Continue reading

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Production by The Cottage Puppet Company

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Jackson

“My stirrups aren’t the same, Mum.” Fearless always wants to go fast, even when she doesn’t shorten her reins!

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Making Memories

Easter holidays began today!  Hooray!  And the children had friends over to play.  It was a day of relaxed productivity for me. The continuation of the elephant I’m making for our youngest: Only, she keeps pinching it and playing with … Continue reading

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To Candle Light and Story Telling

They were boisterous tonight so I sent them out to play outside in the dark.  Their delighted squeals and laughter was louder than the wind howling down the chimney.  I sat down to relax and was suddenly pitched into total … Continue reading

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Simeon writes:

Our holiday diary   Day 1:  We went to a cottage in a very nice car. We went to the beach where there were very big waves.  We went up a hill where there was an old quarry.  We came … Continue reading

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Completion – A Dandelion and Burdock Moment

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Building

A freezing but fun family Saturday to finish half term with a flourish. (Oh, for goodness sake, enough alliteration!) The project begins by breaking up the pallets for building supplies. Then the wood is transported to the tree house. Using … Continue reading

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