Me & Mine – February 2018

It’s our second year taking part in the Me & Mine project and looking back on the last 14 months of photos it is really lovely to see the changes in the kids… and also personally to remind myself how much I do not miss long hair! If you haven’t joined yet it really is worth a few minutes of effort and cajoling every month to create a special family record. This month Jim actually responded with “ok, no problem” when I asked to take the photo – that’s progress!

This month we have been loving…

 

Jim

Going to the Bike Show
Going to Ben’s wedding
Using the pizza oven… in the rain
Getting a massive log delivery
Our local pub being under new ownership

 

Clare

Not having the flu!
Running again
Seville orange tart
Thinking about holidays for next year…already! (especially with Le Boat)
Reading the ‘The Lost Child Of Philomena Lee” by Martin Sixsmith (worth reading, even if you have seen the film)
Dramatic plot developments in the Archers
Single venue weddings (drinks at the bar beforehand and no cold churches)

 

Theo

Watching Dino Dan/Dana on Amazon Prime
Doing jigsaw puzzles
Making Mary Berry’s cupcakes
Snow flurries
Making hot chocolate
Making paper lanterns

 

Alice

Sparkly Shoes
Her Pom Pom dress
Playing in her camp
Watching the Gruffalo Child
Sitting in Theo’s high chair

 

Linking up with…

The Me + Mine Project - Dear Beautiful

 

I’ve been blogging for 12 years and making creative content for my entire working life. I am a marketeer and stock photographer by day, but I also love to make : cooking, sewing and upcycling! On this blog I share stories of creative family living as well as my photography and videos. If you’d like to get in touch, please email me. (link at top of page)
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I'm a photographer, maker & marketeer based on the West Sussex/Hampshire border. This blog focuses on creative family living through photography, design, crafts and interiors. Read more

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