Here we are my two boys in hospital. The Pob poorly. It’s given me a new perspective. Advertisements
Tonight my heart broke in to a million pieces and my stomach left my body through my mouth. I just need to get it out and it’s too late to call anyone now. I’ve left The Pob in hospital. In a room, hooked up to monitors. In bed with his Daddy. I couldn’t stay, I… Continue reading A very poorly Pob
I love this picture of my mum and The Dog. Taken in a coffee shop in Sudbury.
This is The Pob playing in the ground (sand) at Bellevue park in Sudbury where we went for a few days to my parents house. It’s the best park I’ve ever been to…post coming up…
The Dog, our little name for our youngest son. My beautiful boy. So placid, calm and quiet. Here he is with Granny. Taken today in a coffee shop in Sudbury.
Breaking the FMS rules which today are ‘I drew this’. I didn’t (obviously). If you’d seen my drawing you’d know why I can’t post an image of it. Put I did pick this. A posey of wild flowers for my mum. From her childhood home, Assington Mill.
Here I sit. In my family’s heritage. With my youngest son, on the edge of a stubble field. All I can hear is the wind whistling the long grasses and trees, birds singing and cooing, the odd insect buzzing past. And possibly some thunder in the distance. No cars or trains, drunks or kids, dishwashers… Continue reading Nestled in deepest Suffolk: Assington Mill
This photo was taken yesterday when we were having a picnic by the car after visiting the Lavender Fields at Hitchin. It was extremely hot. Even at 5pm. But that’s not the reason this photo is hot. Here The Pob is eating Granny’s homemade Bombay potato. Out of choice. His face is one of uncertainty… Continue reading 2013 365 #201 ‘hot’
After reading @3yearsandhome’s post on ‘before I became a mum‘ I started thinking maybe I need to think about before I became a mum, motherhood, identity and compromise and acceptance. Motherhood is for life not just for Christmas. Why does no one tell you that? Why does no one tell you it changes you FOREVER!… Continue reading Losing your identity as a mum
Today’s theme is building and although many people have taken photos of actual buildings that’s not what my blog is about (apart from our house). It’s about our family. So I’ve decided to post two photos about The Dog building his skills and experience. The first is his first ever time in his cot. He… Continue reading 2013 365 #200 ‘building’