Thanks to Chris who blogs at Thinly Spread and Annie’s linky, the inspiring How does your garden grow?, we have been a bit more active in the garden this year, cleared weeds, trimmed hedges, prepared our veg bed. I had pledged to get the children more involved too. Then along came the #KidsGrowWild Challenge from […]
This post is dedicated to National Vegetarian Week and was inspired by Chris Mosler a fellow blogger, who shares the most delicious vegetarian dishes over on her blog, as well as inspiring parents into the gardening with kids. A couple of weeks ago, thanks to a Britmums meetup, I was taken into a fairyland right on […]
With the Bank Holiday weekend on us we have so many options, so many things happening in and around Oxford. We did plan to go camping on the New Forest, but decided to stay home instead and do a big spring clean. Over the week fliers and emails have been tempting us with what’s on […]
Oxford is particularly beautiful in the spring, as trees and flowers bloom, daffodils appear in the most surprising places and the trees sprout fresh green leaves. Clean, with bursts of bright colours. Nowhere is this more evident than the Oxford Botanic Garden. On Friday we had play date planned for the boys. As it was […]
. Just an image that sums up your week, no words… the rest you decide… Comments are always welcome. Silent Sunday was started by Jay Mountford, photographer. For more pictures search Twitter for the #SilentSunday hashtag . .