1/27/2018

Project 365 - Week 04/52



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27th January 2018

Is anyone else totally fed up with the rubbish weather in January? I'm already longing for a bit of sunshine and to be able to get out and about more with the kids. Lately everything has been so routine based with going to nursery, shopping, play dates, visiting family, family visiting us. Nothing overly exciting has been happening really. Highlights this week was Noah having a great time at nursery, he's been learning about Space apparently! He keeps coming home with pictures one of his friends has drawn him. Ava is finding her feet and has figured out how to walk pushing her walker, it's so cute! I don't think it'll be long before she figures out how to walk properly. So exciting!

What have you been up to this week?

5 comments:

  1. Been trying to get through library book :- CHEER UP LOVE Adventures in Depression with the CRAB OF HATE by Susan Calman. We came across Susan Calman via watching Strictly Dancing. She was entertaining on the TV show. So when came across further information via the Internet, thought I would have a read of books that she has written.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. Was at a meeting, a local group. Aim is Community Development. We have had a browse / look at what groups there are within our local community. Considering how these groups may be of value for individuals with particular needs. So facilitator offered opportunity to visit some of these. So that we can increase our Life Long Learning, by increasing knowledge regarding local groups, and what they can provide. Our aim to provide relevant signposting for individuals in their time of need. An Act of Kindness.

    Experience is said to be the best way to learn. Therefore we have taken up the offer of visiting local appropriate groups when possible.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. 26/01/2018 Lovely photo.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. 23/01/2018 Cute!

    Rachel Craig

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  5. The children seem to be quite active. Locally we have some organisations and groups for children to be / become involved in sports :- Such as gymnastics, football, martial arts, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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