Little O is a bit of a chatterbox. What he says isn’t always the clearest or makes the most sense but he gives it a go and generally I understand what he’s saying, and those around us have learnt his language too. I have to admit I’ll be a bit sad when he learns the proper words for some things as his version of them always makes me smile. A few of my favourites are: “Uh oh” which means dog (we have 2!) So funny when he’s telling them off, “no no uh oh!” “Inky” means water. I think this… View Post

When I first started this blog, it was primarily to be a way to record my boys early years, and whilst I figured my job would creep into it from time to time it’s starting to become a bit of a regular fixture on here. I’ve already blogged today but after seeing this advert tonight I couldn’t not respond! I am a Maths teacher. I studied Maths at GCSE and A-level. Okay, I did an Economics degree, but within that was a high Maths content. I went on to do my secondary Maths PGCE and have been working as a… View Post

I have fond memories of feeding the ducks as a child. I used to go with my grandad to Bents. (local garden centre) for lunch and we would ask at the cafe for the loaf ends that weren’t used to make sandwiches and feed them to the ducks at the on site pond. So whilst today was a crisp autumnal day it seemed the perfect time to take my little man to feed the ducks. We wrapped up warm and headed off to a local park. We walked hand in hand, kicking the leaves and made our way to where… View Post