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Tune in and drop out.

Millie loves to put on her headphones and listen to music at the end of a busy day.tune in and drop out

Ganglylion.

Gruff’s all arms and legs at the moment. He’s grown a lot over the winter. I’m hoping for a slow down so I can keep up with the amount of trousers he’s grown out of!
Ganglylion

Return of the cake.

I’m delighted to tell you that after a thirty day absence, cake has returned to the Stevens’ household.

It’s been far too long, where have you been!

 

return of the cake

Urban sprawl.

Nothing to do?

Bored?

Just drop to the floor and sprawl. You know it makes sense…

urban sprawl

Big cat little cat.

Best. Onsie. Ever.

best onsie ever

 

 

They see me rolling…

Roller skating, utterly terrifying. I can still remember the feeling of the ground giving way and falling. (I’m still rubbish).

Evie had a particularly hard time of it today.

They see me rolling

 

Indoor camping.

The bed has been squeezed out of the way for Evie’s sleepover with her friend tonight, I’ve  put them in the tent instead with loads of torches, lamps and lights.
Not sure there’ll be much sleep to be had  judging from the amount of giggling I can hear right now…
indoor camping

Sneaky den building.

Sometimes those computer games are no match for building an epic den with every single itme from your bedroom, (and your brother’s)…
sneaky den

The thinking hat.

Reasons Evie likes to do her maths homework in a very large hat.

1). Large hats are cool, very cool.

2). Large hats amplify brainwaves.

3). It keeps unwanted siblings and pets away from the table.

4). No one can spot the stolen jaffa cakes you are secretly scoffing whilst doing maths homework…

maths hat

Lounging.

lounging (2)

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