Monthly Archives: October 2011
Today is Samhain (pronounced Sow-in), the Celtic Day of the Dead. It is a time for honouring our ancestors and remembering loved ones no longer with us. It’s the reason we don’t celebrate Hallow’een – the day has real meaning for us, and we celebrate as a family. […]
Thousands of Brits have taken part in the new global Own A Colour fundraising initiative, which is raising crucial funds for UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation. In a surprise twist on gender stereotypes, most men are ditching blue shades in favour of red hues, turning tradition on[…]
I’ve been featured in the Brit Mums Blog Carnival this month. Visit the Carnival to see a variet of posts from parent bloggers.
A Postcard from … Germany We loved this postcard – the colourful houses reminded us a little of the colourful beach huts at Cromer. We also liked the fact that the sender wrote a little message to the children in German and then translated it into English for[…]