My ‘Captured Moment’ for Running In Lavender this week is taken from one of my favorite vantage points in Surrey – Box Hill.
I love everything about Autumn, the chance to cosy up with a big hot chocolate, the preparation for Halloween and bonfire night and the crisp leisurely walks you can enjoy with your loved ones.
Box Hill has the most incredible views of Surrey, although I do completly freak out that the children are going to lose their footing and stumble all the way down the hill!!
I’ve not linked up to My Captured Moment with Heled at ‘Running In Lavender‘ for a few weeks now. With all the children off on holidays I took a bit of a back seat and enjoyed some time with the family.
This was a special holiday as the new term was starting with number four’s first term at nursery. It is now just me and the baby now and our mornings are now a lot quieter without this little guy around.
When number five was born,to say that number four’s nose was put out of joint would be an understatement!
He did not take to him at all and it’s only really over the pasting or so that he has started to show him some real love.
As you can see from this picture now a little to much at times!
This week we make the most of our passes and had a mid week trip to Chessington World Of Adventures.
I’m trying to savour the last few weeks I have with number four at home before he starts nursery in September.
He is defiantly the hardest of my children and to be honest a few hours a day at nursery with do us both the world of good, but I know I won’t get this time back so I want to make the most of this summer while I can.
I know it’s a cliche but the saying “doesn’t time fly” really is spot on.
I was reminiscing by looking through old photos the other day and came across one of my favourites of number two.
I remember it being a boiling hot day at a local fete and he was adamant that he was going to wear his full Peter Pan regalia.
I’m so glad that I have these captured moments to look back in fondly.