Today is the 28th of January-which is also known as my Husband’s Birthday-his 32nd this year!
When prepping my work for this month, and getting his presents and Birthday plans sorted, I realised I’ve never used my website to tell the story of us (me and Hubs, not you and I dear reader).
So, what better day to tell it, than on the day we celebrate another year of his life!
For those of you that didn’t catch my news on my facebook page last week, Mayflower Blogs has had a little makeover! A new website design and layout are the main feature, but there are also some new topics added that are going to be quite prominent in 2018.
One of which, is the Education tab.
I write a lot about my Son and Daughters education over on my social media platforms, and am keen to make writing about their progression and learning journeys here on the website a lot more this year.
I’m beginning with the importance of teaching children about saving the rainforests-which is coinciding with Kyes term three topic at his primary school. Continue reading
I’m not a newbie to this PNP lark-we actually use this service every year, giving the children their own personalised videos from the man in red himself.
This year however, I was asked to write a review on the service, and introduce some new options for the video personalisation, and even show you some merchandise that is now available!
Are you a Disney fan?
Do you have children that are Disney fans?
Then, you’re in for a treat, as Disney presents Passport To Adventure-a fun filled tour of music and imagination for you and your little ones (and not so little ones!) Continue reading
I know it’s Christmas-a time for magic, happiness, excitement and love. And I don’t want to put a downer on you, my lovely readers, at Christmas, but I also don’t think pretending mine is full of the above is normal either.
If I’m honest, this post has been a long time coming, and, if no one else reads it, I’ll at least get it all off of my chest and out of my head.
The point of this post, is basically that I am grieving for a Mother who is still alive, which isn’t a new feeling-it’s not a new grief, it’s something I’ve been processing for a long time-four years to be precise. Continue reading