We haven’t completely disappeared from the face of the earth, honest!!
Anyway, here we go:
Autumn has definitely arrived, but we are still enjoying some outdoor snack time
Dinner out with my boys, Daddy Pig and lots of colouring pencils. Giraffe is so family friendly!
Another cousin has moved to London! Another reason to visit some new places, parks included. Fulham did well
Last week we visited my parents in France. Whilst C didn’t have as many toys there as he would at home, he seemed perfectly amused playing with walnuts Crazy child!
An awesome vintage cookbook my mum found in her village. I especially loved seeing old photographs, postcards etc. tucked inside (just as we do with our own cookbooks).
A return trip to this café – much grumpier child this time, but still lovely to check it out again. We also bought a delicious apple tart for dinner.
Reading some of our favourite childhood stories to our own child – surreal.
LORRY! LORRY! LORRY!
My mum is a truly fab cook and I was pretty jealous of the guests of hers who enjoyed her plum tart!
C amazingly charmed all the gentlemen of the village. I only wish I had a photo of them pretending to be ballerinas
I baked traditional scones and a Victoria sponge for a typical English tea party for friends of my parents. Together with cucumber sandwiches, homemade jam and lots of tea, the French seemed pretty impressed
Such lovely weather for October!
We love Plane trees. Don’t you think they are pretty?
One of the closest playgrounds to us in France. C had a blast!!
Last meal in France before flying home. Terrible, aren’t we?
Someone didn’t want us to leave…
Toulouse airport – teeny tiny coloured lights between these wooden slats. Funky.
Wishing you a happy and healthy week!