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Rhythm, Repetition & Reverence

I really enjoyed the third session of the Education for a Happy Childhood course with Joy De Berker. The theme was rhythm, reputation & reverence. Here’s the view of Bath as we walked to the venue. We made felted animals … Continue reading

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Katie’s Birth Story: Letting Go

Thankyou for checking out my blog. This post is one which I’ve written as the first of a few exploring our birth & breastfeeding experiences. I think this is closely linked to our parenting style & our decision to peruse … Continue reading

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Mommy Wars

I love being a Mum. Why do parents get anxious about what other parents around them are doing though? What feelings does it raise within parents on hearing about the choices if others that creates a defensive or critical response? … Continue reading

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Felting for fun

I forgot my almost finished needle book today, so I made a new piece using wet felting, and had a go at wet felt balls. Here is my first layer…. Here is the second layer before adding any soapy water…. … Continue reading

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Mucking In, Giving Back

We attended our first school work day recently. Workdays happen roughly every 1-2 months on a Saturday. Parents and children are invited to attend, contribute & help to maintain the school. As a lot of work has been completed on … Continue reading

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Love Thy Cat

I first fell for a cat at my Granny’s house. Norman was a heavy set tortoise shell with serious eyes and a cheeky, knowing wavy tail. I would watch his behaviour curiously. During the night Norman the cat and Toby … Continue reading

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From the Mouths of Babes

This post is pure & simple one. Here a few of the enchanting, thought provoking and imaginative things our daughter (dd) has said. 4.10.13 Dd’s friend: ‘I went to Legoland once. My brother went on a fast ride it went … Continue reading

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