With lockdown easing we’ve finally been able to have a few date nights without the kids. It’s been so tough not having any time to ourselves as much as it’s been so full of family moments too. A walk along the beach in the evening was more amazing than I ever remember a beach being.Continue reading “Dates”

Some sort of routine is returning to lockdown…

Over the last few days I’ve been managing to pull myself out of bed in the mornings, my body clock has reset and I’ve finally been managing to get a good nights sleep. This meant productivity! I have been so much more energised and took the girls out for a walk in a nearby fieldContinue reading “Some sort of routine is returning to lockdown…”


We’ve been celebrating birthdays this week, we had a wonderful week and all the kids had a great time It’s left hardly any time for knitting, but this is my project at the minute (been my project for a while!) a stripey jumper for my daughter, I keep having to change it as the patternsContinue reading “Update”


I have a new favourite place and a new favourite crochet piece… Clent Hills is a beautiful place, with lockdown rules lifted, we have been there a couple of times now and it really does make you appreciate nature. I haven’t managed to snap a picture of the stunning bluebell fields yet but I willContinue reading “Favourites”

For the cold days…

Sometimes things in life don’t go as planned or even as fairly as they should. If there’s anything lockdown has taught me, it’s to let go of the rigid plans you have for yourself and just go with the flow. Things could fall apart at any moment, things could fall into place at any moment.Continue reading “For the cold days…”

A sewers dream – The kids actually loved their matching outfits!

At this point I didn’t care that none of them wanted a picture, I’d been sewing all day and actually made outfits they ALL loved! Haha, don’t be too jealous! By the time I’d made the T shirt, I was planning to take a break and start again tomorrow but I got asked “Whens myContinue reading “A sewers dream – The kids actually loved their matching outfits!”

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