Half term has been and gone in a whirl of busyness; what a relief it has been to finally step off the merry go round of life and enjoy some time at home. My job has come to an end and although I will really miss my gorgeous class I will not miss the seven thirty drop at breakfast club and the endless catch up with everything.
Space and time you are most welcome to return!
My little old blog has been a casualty of the no time for anything but essentials while full time teaching, inevitably supermarket shopping has taken priority over crafting and taking photos has become a way to record children's progress in school rather than a beautiful memory of my own little ones progress. I feel a little sad I haven't kept up with the Ruby month photos as they are an amazing record to keep.
The girl is now three and celebrating her birthday in half term was a fun family event. She is such a fun age and loved her princess dress and various plastic necklaces. Her top present was a Peppa Pig pillow and duvet set - hopefully she will be in her own big bed very soon.
This is dependent on our building work being finished, oldest boy is being moved into the newly built extension and small girl will move into his room. This seems to be taking a long time in finishing and patience is very much needed. To add to the chaos we are also knocking down a wall to make a larger kitchen, the children loved being able to graffiti on the wall!
If I look at beautiful flowers (given to me when I left work) I can almost avoid the mess.
Have you survived building work? Tell me how.....