Families starting school in 2020 were to go in blind. That was, if school was to start at all? And if it did, which year groups would return? Would parents even feel confident in returning their children to school, with the pandemic still in force?
I am so sorry for the radio silence these past few weeks! Days and weeks seem to have sped up year after year as it is. Especially since becoming a mum. Since lock down though, the speed days go by is the Alice’s white rabbit on steroids!
We’re in the seventh week of UK lock down and as a family we started staying home a little over a week before the formal announcement. Eight… Read more “LOCKDOWN: REDISCOVERING YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD”
So the world may be in lock down. Borders may be closed. We, the people, however are very much connecting! AYCORONA.BLOG is four weeks old. Not a… Read more “FOUR WEEKS IN: 18 COUNTRIES”
He had a very clear vision for this becoming his ‘sweetie bowl’. This is not a thing in our household and clearly we’ve been missing a trick! 🤣 Our experience with Brighton’s Paint Pots new DYI at home solution.
Littlen is due to start school in September. This means school open days last Autumn to identify our top three choices. Collating the online application by January 15th. And waiting till April 16th, when school allocations are to be confirmed. I am a nervous wreck.
Littlen and I have been making annual Easter bonnets ever since. Turns our our ‘adopted’ tradition is a firm favourite of mine.
The annual Easter tree is so much more than a display. It’s a coming together of traditions and memories. It also is family time. Time together creating new memories each year.
Both where you come from and the place you choose to make your Home matter. Each will shape your identity and values. Each will have traditions. many of which we come to hold dear.
Adapting to adversity series:
how local businesses are adapting to the pandemic: giving our kids the opportunity to continue developing skills and us the opportunity to support our local community.