Well, that was February. The hardest month we’ve had in a while for so many reasons and one I’m definitely glad to be over. This has been our last full month of school at home and I really hope it’s something we never have to do again. We have all found it exhausting and monotonous.
Oh wow. What a January that was. The most January of Januaries that there ever was. It was a pretty uneventful month. One stuck at home with lockdown, not seeing anyone and being pretty much in hibernation aside from the kids doing school at home.
It feels like yesterday I wrote November’s Me & Mine and, to be honest, there isn’t really much to write about this month despite it being Christmas. Being moved to Tier 4 just a few days before Christmas meant that this year’s celebrations were very low key for us and tinged with what I can
I’m not quite sure how we’ve got to the end of November already. I think November has been the quickest month yet, one that brought lockdown with it and one that leads us quite nicely into the festive season.
Oh what a month this has been. The month where I turned 36, where we moved back into our house and where our loft conversion was pretty much completed.
Well, September. What a month it has been. This month has been one of two halves for us. It’s been all about the children going back to school but it’s also been all about our loft conversion too.
August is always one of my favourite months. No real routine, no school, no uniforms and just a more relaxed pace of life. This August felt like a real treat after homeschooling and despite not going abroad we have still had a really lovely month.
Well, the end of the month came round so fast that I can’t quite believe it’s August tomorrow. We have had such a lovely month and one where it feels like a good dose of normality has returned too.
I actually can’t believe how quickly this month has gone. I think I’ve said this every day since lockdown started but the days are long and the months whizz by in the blink of an eye.