Hello again… it’s Dave here. Back in January I audaciously gatecrashed danni’s blog… the great blog hijack of 2016… within the Salford South Parliamentary Constituency. My purpose then was to reflect on the journey (literally, in parts) that led me to fall totally head-over-heels in love with this adorable, beautiful, wonderful little lady. But today’s
I’m constantly taking pictures of my little angels – granted about 90% of them are outtakes. There are many standard shots that parents take of their children, so I’ve taken it upon myself to list my favourites… The ‘look what my child has gone and done now’ snap These are frequent in my house.
Whilst edging into the new year still recovering from a night of gin, prosecco, Cards Against Humanity and New Year’s Day on 2 hours sleep with 4 kids, I found danni’s post (Finding Love Again…) such a heart-warming read. Despite having had a, and I quote, “tough, tough, tough” 2015 (to say the least), it was wonderful
You may or may not have noticed I seem to have dropped off the face of the blogging planet recently. It was never my intention to leave it so long but I’ve tried not to give myself too much of a hard time about it with everything that has gone on this year. I’ve actually
It was my mum’s birthday recently so when Littlewoods asked me to share one time when mum really did know best I simply couldn’t resist joining in. The problem is I was quite a rebellious and stubborn teen… in fact, I’m still pretty stubborn in my now 30s. I can think of lots of times
This is a post I never thought I would ever write and it’s probably (I hope) the hardest I will ever write. In all honesty I was in two minds about even coming back until tonight when I received a message from one of my readers asking if I was okay – cue the tears. Anyway,
A while ago we were approached by House of Fraser to take part in a project they were running called ‘Inspired by Dad’. The first thing that came to mind was – what a GREAT opportunity to get some pictures of my boys! It’s not often we get nice photos of these two dossin’ about
1. You must learn how to achieve the most basic of tasks in complete darkness and without making a sound. Sounds easy but have you seen this on ‘The Cube’? No. There’s a reason for that… it’s damn well impossible. In the first few months we had to develop ninja type skills creeping into our own