A portrait of my children once a week, every week, in 2015 Mia: suddenly it is winter and bobble hat and hot chocolate season Joseph: and for him too! He refers to this as his Christmas hat, which is pretty adorable. Linking up with Jodi and many other lovely bloggers at Practising Simplicity for the… More 47 / 52
A portrait of my children once a week, every week, in 2015 Mia: so many wobbly teeth Joseph: has started to resist daytime napping…he’s just not ready yet and is so tired Linking up with Jodi’s beautiful portraits at Practising Simplicity for the 52 project.
It sounds so easy in theory; a plan to keep the festive season simple. However, I have found that over the past few years that our Christmas celebrations have been far from simple, and have actually been pretty stressful. They have been enjoyable of course, but not the most restful! Two Christmases ago I volunteered… More Planning a simple Christmas
A portrait of my children once a week, every week, in 2015 Mia: found a hat at the antiques centre Joseph: point his finger and says “I know mummy” Linking up with Jodi’s beautiful portraits at Practising Simplicity for the 52 project.
There is something about baking at this time of year that just feels right…the cosiness of indoors with the lights and stove on during a grey afternoon. Warming spices and pumpkin, syrup and treacle are very much part of autumn and the celebrations that take place. This weekend Mia and I made a batch of… More Cosy autumn baking: brown sugar cookies