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The wild WILD west

The wild WILD west

Reece has just turned six, and to celebrate we turned the garden into the wild west, and ten little cowboys and girls came round for some western fun. It was a lovely party, they all just got together and started acting out being cowboys. We hardly did any games as they were happy doing their own thing. … Continue reading

A foodie Sunday

A foodie Sunday

Sometimes a Sunday is just about being in the kitchen, and yesterday I did just that. I cooked my men a lovely roast chicken with home-made gravy. The only problem is that my two older boys want a leg, and so does my husband. I’m sure it won’t be long until my littlest man wants one too, so I … Continue reading

Out and about

Out and about

We’re not going to be put off by this British weather. We put on our wellys, grabbed our sunglasses and headed off to a beautiful place called Heavens Gate. Fin and Reece took their bikes, while Alex rode in his pushchair taking it all in. It was so muddy, the boys had mud splattered all … Continue reading

A busy week

A busy week

There has been a lot going on this week. It started on Saturday with me making a batch of Rock Cakes as requested by my Father-in-Law as a gift for Father’s Day. I made a few extra as my Brother-in-law had gone into hospital the day before for an operation, and I thought he could … Continue reading

Finlay’s special day

Finlay’s special day

Finlay had his first Holy Communion on Saturday. It was really lovely to see all the little ones looking so smart. I had to try to stop myself from blubbing as Finlay walked down the aisle to stand beside me. He remembered everything he had to do, and they had a little tea party afterwards. As … Continue reading

In the Mortimer garden

In the Mortimer garden

Our garden is the reason we bought our house. Its lovely, a big open space for our boys to explore and play in. But having three boys means it can be difficult to keep on top of all the gardening that needs to be done. They always want to help, but mostly you find they’ve … Continue reading