An Irish Blessing
The summer holidays have just begun, and we're as free as butterflies for two whole months. Well, sort of. Speaking of butterflies, yesterday morning, as I was getting the boys ready, this little critter flew in the window. It caused all sorts of excitement for Jack, who learned the life cycle of a butterfly at nursery and rhymed it all off like a little David Attenborough.
I can't believe Jack's year at nursery has come to an end. He seemed so little when I first led him in by the hand, tiny baby brother in tow, and he hid timidly behind my leg. In the blink of an eye he's turned into this big, clever, confident boy who will be starting primary school in September! How quickly the terms flew in. I had such a wonderful year, and I know Jack did too. I'm sad it's over, but... onwards and upwards. Flutterby Butterfly!
Hope all your little ones are getting excited for upcoming holidays and fun in the sun. Here's what we have been up to since nursery ended.
1.Screaming contest, everybody wins! (Except Mummy!)
2. Holly, my new fluffy niece!
3. Stands of him
4. Good morning
5. Homemade ice lolly
7. This tiresome heat
8. Lazy summers days