February 2017

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the month that was:
FEBRUARY


I cannot believe it's almost the end of March and haven't even done my February round-up yet.  To be fair, February was a pretty hectic month. I mean, more hectic than usual. Little man kept us on our toes with three trips to emergency  in one week. And in the midst of all this I somehow managed to style, shoot and edit this post for the Babiekins blog, start planning Fox's fourth birthday in April, take him to his doctor appointments and narrowly avoid a nervous breakdown.  (Oh, and lamb's sixth birthday was also published on the 100 Layer Cakelet blog). I know this might not sound all that overwhelming to the average person but I get super stressed, super easily and I'm thankful for an easier time this month. Here are a few moment I managed to capture in between the chaos:


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Childhood Unplugged: Febuary

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childhood unplugged:
FEBUARY

Bits and pieces from our school holiday adventures.
Don't forget to check out the Childhood Unplugged site.


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Summer Adventures #7

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summer adventures:
#7

I realised the other day that it's almost time for Lamb to go back to school. How is that possible? All the things we were going to do, all the things I had unofficially planned (in my usually unorganised, haphazard way)? We didn't get to do half of them. Part of the reason I didn't set any plans in stone is so there would be more room for spontaneity. The best memories always come from our spare-of-the-moment whims. But the one thing I really did want to do these holidays is to take the kids to the museum. I was determined to make it to the museum. If nothing else I was going to at least achieve that.


Fox's favourite part of the museum: The dinosaurs.

Lambs favourite part of the museum: The butterflies. Later, after some reflection, she revised her answer to 'eating food'.


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