Tag Archives: kids

Jan 8th, 2010

Friday Fragments

Hosted by Mrs4444. I don’t seem to have all that many fragments to share this week despite having missed the weekly brain-dump last Friday. It must be something to do with being on holidays! Well, the kids are on holidays, the main difference for me is I’m doing all my paid work from home, I […]

Jan 7th, 2010

We need a new car

We went to my mum’s place for dinner tonight, my brother’s family were also there. Mum had been looking after his 3 kids all day so I offered to provide the meal. My sister-in-law and one of their kids are semi-vegetarian (they eat fish, there’s a word for that I’m sure but I can’t think […]

Jan 6th, 2010

More or less Wordless Wednesday

I have a new niece. She was born the Monday before Christmas and this photo was taken a week later when we went to my sister’s place for morning tea. My mum was holding Adela and had just said something rather outrageous ( I forget what exactly) and Adela’s expression was just the perfect reaction […]

Dec 26th, 2009

Pictorial fragments from the past week

Hosted by Mrs4444. This week’s Friday Fragments has, very conveniently, been put off till Saturday which means I didn’t have to be incredibly rude and spend part of Christmas Day hiding away behind the laptop in order to participate. Of course just because I didn’t have to have net time yesterday doesn’t mean I stayed […]

Dec 23rd, 2009

The times they are a-changing

When Adam and I married I pretty much co-opted him into our family Christmas traditions, when Christmas lunch was at my mum’s place we’d have lunch with his parents and then head over to join my family, if my family were further afield for the day we’d go to them for lunch and see his […]

Dec 18th, 2009

Friday Fragments and Linkfest No. 13

Hosted by Mrs4444. I won’t be around to comment on everyone else’s Friday Fragments till early next week, we’re off camping at the beach for the weekend – wish us good weather and kid-friendly surf! **** Monday morning’s car trip to school conversation went like this – Tom: Mum, how old do you have to […]