I remember a couple of years ago, actually last year AND the year before (Feb 2014 daisies 2013 daisy picking), both years feeling really Summery when Aaron picked me daisies. I am pleased to say this has begun in earnest, so you can relax that Spring is definitely underway with Summer round the corner :-)
Excuse the crusty nose, but we all have the lurgy in this house presently. His nose gets like that at school as they expect them to be independent. Suffice to say, yesterday and today I have got through quite a few wipes to clean him up after the school run! Today in the morning I even put a pack of tissues in EACH pocket of his school trousers and it still happened...
Despite me and Daddy both having Spring flus, Daddy indulged Aaron in a kick about in the park, as the weather was too good to ignore.
There's little I love more than watching them play footie. It warms every cockle of my heart and I get to unwind knowing they are both briefly occupied and I am not needed for a few minutes. And breathe! :-)
Love hearing the football tips that Daddy passes onto Aaron that will put him in good stead for football coaching starting once again in April - Aaron's looking forward to it already. Bless! I love our cycles to and from just as much as watching the football. I enjoyed giving it up once the evenings got cold and dark though, but with the clocks going forward soon, we're ready to adopt all our Spring Summer routines once again! Yee haw!
So, a few weeks ago I was blogging how Aaron was making me go to the park every day after school. Well yesterday and today we were back to that once again. Last night (Thurs 19th March) we went there straight after school at 15:15 yet we were not home till 18:45 at which point my fingers were numb! Tonight thankfully we were home soon after 18:00. It was a warm evening this evening but only until 17:00. My last hour in the park a chill had set in, which Aaron running around does not notice.
I've made a video, I hope you enjoy it:
My favourite photo from tonight, has to be this one. Aaron and his classmate. Both #CountryKids
I'm hooking this post up with #CountryKids over at Coombe Mill.