Mummy and Me | August 2017

How is it September already, we have had such a busy month with lots of fun days out and weekend away. The beginning of August we took a trip to Pets and Home for a little workshop, she got to hold two beautiful bunnies and was made up with life. Straight after we headed to our local town for there carnival, my Dad was involved by creating a carousel around his mobility chair. We also wore sailor hats in memory of my Dad's friend and a local man who everyone loves, he used to dress like Popeye and was also able to pull the face too.

We have then been on two weekends away in a caravan, at Rural Past Times and also at the Festival of Transport, these are two local events which we are involved in. Lil's had a fair few late nights and two nights dancing with the family. We have made amazing memories and have become closer as a family. 

We have a fair few adventures in the this coming month and I seriously cannot wait for all the new experiences and routines that we are going to have. 


  1. Rural Past Times and the Transport Festival sound like really interesting days out. Sounds like you've had a busy busy month!

  2. This is a lovely post, I am glad you've had a good month. The camping trips sound fun, lovely pictures too :)

  3. I haven't heard of Rural Past Times of the Festival of Transport but local events like this are great especially as they are on your doorstep. Hope you have a great September

  4. Ah I love how positively you're looking forward, I'm slightly dreading September which is such a bad attitude. Sounds like you've had an amazing month!

  5. This is such a great post, I love your attitude. Keep up the great work!

  6. It sounds like you have had a very busy and exciting fun filled summer!

  7. August sounded lovely and busy! I love the bunny picture. My three would love to snuggle a bunny. Thanks for linking up with #mummyandme x


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