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Busby Updates

Busby // The First Haircut

I’ve been putting it off. And off. And off again, for months. But on Saturday, Busby had her first real haircut in a salon! With the start of school approaching in September, and summer on the way (maybe?), it felt like the right time to have her lovely long locks cut… The day before our appointment, Busby asked me whether I could leave her there so she could “be a big girl, like you mummy” I think my heart might have broken a little (when did she get so grown up?).  ...

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H-Bear Updates

H-Bear // The Nursery Hunt Conclusion

We’ve been on the hunt to find H-Bear a nursery for a few months now, with no success. Who would have thought that finding a suitable nursery would be such a challenge? I think part of the issue is that Busby’s nursery in Sussex was AMAZING! It was a Montessori nursery, so there was a large focus on play, they had lots of access to the outdoors, and it always felt clean. Basically, our first experience of a nursery was such a high standard that finding anything that even vaguely  ...

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H-Bear Updates

H-Bear // 22 months

This month has been a fantastic one for H-Bear in many ways! Something seems to have clicked with his language, so we’re getting mini sentences from him such as: “Daddy go work” and “Busby go school”, which has been a huge relief as I was starting to get a little bit worried about his speech progression. He’s constantly trying new words out too, and fitting them together. However, other than our family names, everything is said with a ‘g’ in  ...

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