Monthly Archives: January 2016

Alice at three months

Hurray for three months! This is where the fun starts and the slightly breakable looking sleepy newborn is replaced by a sturdy interactive baby. Alice is totally living up to the sturdy part of this vision. She’s now 13 lbs and has already managed to rollover twice in the night (and get cross about it…

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Adding colour with Joules Homeware

Last month Joules invited us to try out some of their lovely colourful Homeware. I’m already a big fan of Joules and actually bought most of my family’s Christmas presents from their clothes store, so giving their homeware the once over was right up our street. We selected one of their great pet duvets which…

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Living Arrows 4/52 – A haircut!

So just like that, Theo has gone from being terrified of having his hair cut to actually requesting to have it shorter! I’m not entirely sure what happened, but my sister deserves a lot of credit for coaxing him through a cut she did at Christmas time which obviously somehow proved to him he didn’t…

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What it’s like to have a classic car as a family car

It’s been six months since we decided to spend nearly all our savings on a 46 year-old Morris Minor Traveller to run as our second car and I thought now would be a good time to write a post about what it’s been like to have her on the road. Just to remind you of…

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Living Arrows 3/52 (and the importance of post-processing)

In my Living Arrows post today I want to show you something I don’t often share. It’s a “straight out of camera” (aka SOOC) photo and I think it’s important to share because I believe there is a myth that beautiful photos are always just a camera upgrade away and if only you had that…

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