I feel that I blinked and the end of February has come around so very quickly. I really don’t like how quickly time passes, but I am equally enjoying watching our beautiful boy reaching new milestones, and seeing our gorgeous girls growing up right before our eyes. I started to write a monthly round up last month and I am really enjoying writing it; it is a chance to sit back and remember memorable moments, and look at what adventures we have squished into our precious weekends and holidays.
If you have been following our blog, you have probably gathered that we absolutely love the outdoors. We are looking forward to the weather warming up and I am really excited to have started to make our summer road trip plans in our campervan, Otis (yes our camper really does have a name … and I am crazy enough to have named our blog after it !)
February has seemed particularly wet, windy and cold, and the winter germs still seem to be lingering in our house, particularly for babyS. Febuary is considered the last month of Winter and I do love how the mornings are getting lighter, and the flowers are starting to bloom – particularly those beautiful snow drops. We have grabbed those rare milder days and dodged the rain and have still managed to get out and about, having the opportunity to visit some wonderful places. On another note…BabyS can now roll over and has sat up for the first time 🙂 He continues to wow me every day with his smiles and his blue eyes. February has also bought with it half term, and I have loved having my biggest girl at home with us every day.
So continuing the theme of Wellington boots, jumpers, snowsuits and tutus…. The month was packed with visiting friends, woodland walks, Rode Hall Gardens, scooter rides at Trentham Gardens, butterflies in Stratford-upon-Avon, monkeys at Trentham Estate, and a dance around giant willow pottery at the World of Wedgwood.
Top posts I have published this month..
How has February been for you? Did you manage to take a winter break or get outside and enjoy some fresh air?
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