Things I’ve learned from my children The coldness of snow never ceases to surprise. Shortly after this picture was taken, Boy Two complained he was cold and wet. No? School fayres are economic genius. I just paid £2 for my own wooden spoon which has painted brown and disguised as a reindeer. You can take […]
Halloween a few treats and some trickiness
Things I’ve learned from my children. In a week in which I’ve been so busy I’ve spent more time writing about my children than actually in their company, I still learned a few things. Mask manufacturers don’t accommodate spectacles. Thomas Cook travels further than you think. Boys One and Two were discussing explorers over breakfast. […]
Crazy golf: a good wander round a large room spoilt?
Things I learned from Boy One’s birthday celebration Different approaches can have the same result. Boy One and his friends I and R – along with Boy Two on a best behavior promise – headed to X-Scape’s Paradise Island Adventure Golf for some birthday fun. My view that adventure golf is an oxymoron did not […]
Unexpected gifts, winning smiles and a strapping lad
Grammar, birthday blues and gang behaviour
Things I’ve learned from my children today Pic: It’s for you If one child is having fun winding me up, others will join him. Boy Three has already learned that joining in with his brothers’ high jinks is more fun than, for example, sitting nicely and eating supper. What I can’t find the answer to […]