Monthly Archives: August 2008

Undeniable

I have recently been accused of being too Oliver-centric when it comes to photographs and blogs and, in hindsight I find it very difficult to dispute.  The fact is that Ollie just does more stuff at than Alex at the … Continue reading

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The Witterings

Having acquired a taste for travel over the last couple of weeks, we decided to take another day trip to West Wittering on the south coast, along with Robert Sr, Mary, Robert and Alice.  The journey was quick enough but … Continue reading

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The Wedding Day

Up early(ish) today and down to the Hotel du Vin bistro for a posh breakfast.  Ollie discovered a penchant for pain au chocolate and managed to eat two without much trouble at all.  Full English for the grown-ups and milk … Continue reading

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Cheltenham Here We Come

Without so much as a days rest, we’re heading off to Cheltenham for Jane’s cousin, Suzi’s wedding.  As a little treat, we booked into the very exclusive Hotel du Vin in Cheltenham Centre.  At the risk of repeating myself, Ollie … Continue reading

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August Birthday #2 – Oliver

Oliver is 4 years old.  I can hardly believe how quickly he is growing up.  Anyone who has met Oliver will know that, in many ways, he is considerably beyond his years.  So you will understand that for me it … Continue reading

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Last Minute Change

Oliver has for some time been telling that he is not keen on Ethan as Alex’s middle name.  After much consideration, we have decided to change it to Dante.  According to Oliver, this is much more to his liking.  I … Continue reading

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August Birthday #1 – Madeline

August is shaping up to be a busy month and first out of the gate on the 1st is a birthday party in Sheffield for Madeline.  The journey north was a relatively painless affair largely thanks to our fantastic children.  … Continue reading

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