Photo album: May 2017

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Emily and I doing early morning colouring together

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Allensford. This may have quickly become one of our favourite family places. Nothing flash, at all, just a lovely space for running around (or watching younger, more energetic, members of the family running around!) and BREATHING.

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Allensford

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Is this a little woodland creature (at Allensford)?

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Little woodland creature at Allensford! 😉

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Emily has wanted to go here for so long. We took a picnic but it was so windy and chilly we just ate it in the car; there are a surprisingly large number of picnics best eaten in the car around here! But it doesn’t take away from the experience, the sense of fun and adventure.

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So guess where we were today!

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Dandelion-blowing

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Dandelion-blowing

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Me and my girl. This is in the woods around the Angel of the North.

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Me and my girl

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Climbing trees

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Climbing trees

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Emily at the splash pad at Riverside Park. You couldn’t call it a heatwave, by any stretch of the imagination, but there’s a definite feel in the air that summer is on its way.

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Emily at the splash pad 🙂

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26th: Emily at the window

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Emily at the window

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Cartwheels in Grandma’s garden

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Cartwheels in grandma's garden

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Summery little girl!

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Summery little girl 🙂

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One of the great things about working from home with your own business: Bailey’s in coffee for elevenses (or ten-ses). The credit for this stroke of genius has to go to my cousin Sarah, though.

28th: Capturing everyday detail – sleepy girl. I love capturing tiny details that may evoke a gut reaction, a lost memory, when we look at them in twenty years. Assuming the internet hasn’t imploded by then of course (must get prints made!)

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Capturing everyday detail – sleepy girl.

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