November, you’ve been a good one! We’ve enjoyed so much autumn fun, as well as lots of indoor crafts and baking. My bump is beginning to get in the way a bit – there’s not so much room on my lap at story time – and I’ve been getting out of breath a lot more, but generally I’m feeling really well and am managing the pelvic pain so that it hasn’t worsened. We had a little break in Somerset to see my family whilst Daddy was away in America with work, and that provided a welcome break from laundry and meal-planning!
I am quite conscious now that there may only be one or two Me & Mine family portraits left as a family of three, and I wanted these to be a bit special, so we went out specifically to the woods with the intention of finding a spot to take some photographs. We left it quite late in the season (with Daddy being away and then jet-lagged on his return our weekends were limited), but luckily there were a few leaves still left on the trees! I am thrilled with the way these photos turned out, and this one below is possibly one of my favourite family portraits we’ve ever taken.
This month I have been enjoying
Meeting a friend’s new baby boy
Some lovely walks and park trips with Rosalie
The Twelve Days of Christmas trail at Mottisfont
Having a break and seeing family in Somerset
Meeting up with friends
Putting together Rosalie’s book advent calendar
This month Rosalie has been enjoying
The awesome piles of leaves at Mottisfont!
Lots of trips to the park
Cutting, cutting and more cutting!
Daddy coming home from America
Staying with Granny and Grandad
Playing with Aunty Ellie and some of her old toys
Getting a lamp for her bedroom
Her first play with Lego
This month Daddy has been enjoying
Going to the SC16 conference in Salt Lake City
Eating at the Cheesecake Factory
Building Lego with Rosalie
Playing in the leaves with Rosalie at Mottisfont
Playing Ratchet & Clank
My growing family in November.