Writing these posts has certainly brought me to the realisation that my plans of being more organised this year have not been going to well as I am a fair few weeks behind with these posts!
I have however been good at noting down all my special moments and hope to get caught up very soon as I currently stuck in Easter!
Easter Egg Competition – Normally Frankie isn’t overly into crafts and it has to be something he is really interested in to keep him engaged, so it was lovely to see such enthusiasm when preparing his ‘Eggtopus’ for the school Easter competition.
He sadly wasn’t a winner this year but he had an amazing time taking part.
Family Fun At The Seaside – This year Izzy’s birthday fell on our trip to Dreamland for the Big Fish Little fish event which was an amazing day but a real highlight for me was watching the children’s excitement looking for shells and crabs in the rock pools is one of life’s simple pleasures that you can’t beat.
New Experiences For Me – As I get older my want and need to discover and enjoy new things has been growing immensely and I love any opportunity to try something different.
Over the past few years the blog has certainly made this possible and the other week I got the chance to made very own Dolly Mixtures which is something I’m not sure I would ever have done if it wasn’t for my work.
As I am writing this the sun is shining through the window and I have to say I’m getting a little bit excited for the spring and summer to finally arrive.
The warmer weather for me is the que for me to start dusting off the sequins (well actually mine don’t really get put away)in preparation for festival season.
Last year we got into the spirit of things by attending the Big Fish Little Fish event at Dreamland in Margate and we are looking forward to returning again to get into the festival mood!
Big fish Little Fish put on amazing events that allow little ones to get their groove on along with their parents. Think glitter, sparkle, bubbles, lights and great music all wrapped up into a fantastic few hours that the whole family will love.
This year the tour will be travelling to 18 cities and will be based around Camp Bestivals theme this year which is celebrating all things nautical.
There will be a nautical themed craft area, baby chill out zone, a dance floor filled with bubbles, balloons and glitter and a very special parachute dance.
There will also be a chance for the whole family to have some fun in the photo booth whist trying to win a family ticket to Camp Bestival.
If this sounds up your street then take a look HERE at the differnt locations the tour will be visiting and get those tickets booked!
We had a wonderful day at Penshurst Place today, where the photo opportunities are endless.
I really liked this picture that I caught through some interesting twisted branches.
Spring and all is colour is my favourite season.
For the past few weeks I have done the usual drama run which takes us on a busy county road surrounded by some stunning rape fields.
It is one long straight roads with no where to park up, but today I was determined to find a way to get some pictures. So armed with my iPhone and number four we turned off the main drag and managed to squeeze the car into a space and follow a small wooded path into the fields.
He was a little freaked out by the vastness and height of the plants so we stuck to the borders and didn’t stay for to long.
I would love another trip back with the others and a camera so that I could try to get some better shots.
Spring really is one of my favourite seasons as I just love getting out to look at the beautiful flowers Britain has to offer, even if my hayfever is not so keen on my clambering through the undergrowth!!