On Sunday we decided to pack up the car and drive to St Andrews. The boot was full of rainy day supplies and snacks! We had rain coats, wellies, jumpers, hats, blankets, extra socks and a body warmer.. Ok, i may have overcompensated a little in preparation for a chilly and wet day. Although I … Continue reading St Andrews road trip
17th August- A Boot, A Hat, Now Who Is That. We got this book from our health visitor recently, it was included in our book bug pack. Book bug from the Scottish trust is a fab resource available for all children in Scotland. The bags range from birth to P1 and include books and resources suitable for each age … Continue reading Book of the week – A Boot, A Hat, Now Who Is That
Going through some boxes in our spare room today I found some balloons from Little Bee's birthday. Initially I was just going to blow them up and let him play with them. However, he has a habit of biting the balloons which results in them bursting in his face causing floods of tears and heaving sobs. Seeing … Continue reading Balloon bashing
We spend a lot of our time outdoors, it doesn't matter the weather, we get out there and have fun. Little Bee loves being outside, he especially loves when its monsoon weather and he gets to wear his wellies and rain coat and jump in puddles. He loves exploring the garden and smelling the flowers, … Continue reading Outdoor play
This was the extent of our photograph organisation for well over a year, it consisted of all Little Bee's baby photos piled high in a box in no particular order. Around Little Bee's birthday in March I decided it was about time to organise them in a more effective and efficient way. This was a … Continue reading Organising Photographs
I like to know the night before what we're having for breakfast and its not because I like to be organised but because little Bee wakes up ravenous in the morning. The first thing he does when we get downstairs is run to his high chair and shout at the top of his lungs. I'm … Continue reading Overnight oats.
Little Bee has been obsessing over Julia Donaldson's 'Night monkey, Day monkey' this week. I find myself reading it over and over again, but never really tiring of it. This is a cute story with adorable illustrations by Lucy Richards. The story is about two little monkeys, one who stays awake all night and sleeps all … Continue reading Book of the week (27 July)