Welcome to 2017’s collection of #SilentSunday photos; today is 22 October 2017. Another shot from Greece, the lovely sunset on the resort beach. The photos that are linked up are great and I really appreciate everyone that joins in. I would love to see this grow each week with new people linking up. I am hoping to get a sponsorship for #SilentSunday so that in the future you could win a fab prize for entering your photos! I also love your comments, so a big thank you to everyone who joined in. Don’t forget to grab the badge and join in below…
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The most important thing when it comes to travelling with a newborn is safety and comfort (for them, not you). If you have a comfortable baby, chances are you will have a much more enjoyable ride. We travelled a lot when the children were newborns, including a holiday to Ibiza when Isla was just a few weeks old.
We got home at 5am, well in our times, I managed to get a total of 1 hours sleep during our 7 hour journey from Kos airport. The start of our flight the cabin crew alerted us to the bad weather, so that was it. I couldn’t sleep after that! Thankfully Isla slept through all the bad turbulence. It was a long journey back but we were very glad for a snuggle today. I will be in bed before the kids tonight I am pretty sure!
We’ve had our fair share of illnesses this school term. It started with the good ole sickness bug and has just ended with both children having their turn with Chicken Pox. Both completely immobilising for quite different reasons. Before Noah had chicken pox I had absolutely no idea that you are prevented from flying. We booked our holiday to Greece 3 weeks before we left and Noah came down with Chicken Pox 7 days before we flew!
Isla enjoyed her last splashes in the pool today, along with the yummy food at the hotel. I am really glad we are going home, I miss the boys and I am really tired as I have been worrying about getting home alone with Isla. Fingers crossed it all goes smoothly as tomorrow morning we will be back in the UK!
Today started off with a FaceTime call to wake Daddy & Noah up. Then we had breakfast and I started packing up the things we wouldn’t need for the next couple of days. I had a horrible longing feeling in my tummy. I think it was feelings of missing Dean and Noah, feeling guilty that I was not at home to help and worrying about the flight and which one the insurance company will put us on. Isla and I just made the most of the day, including a nice Italian meal. Our day ended with a FaceTime call to Daddy & Noah.
With the winter months drawing closer, here comes the temptation to hibernate with comfort foods; however, if you want to keep in shape, and maintain a healthy food intake, you should try to avoid overloading your body with any unnecessary fats and carbohydrates. Here are five ways you can keep healthy during the winter season.
Have you ever considered spending your holidays in Andaman and Nicobar Islands? If you haven’t, make it a point to include it in your must-visit destinations. Its pristine beaches reflect the azure skies beautifully and accommodate a multi-hued sunset, creating picture-perfect scenery. Home to a blend of different ethnic groups, myriad wildlife, colorful marine life, and fascinating coral reefs, the place offers a holiday experience like nowhere else. And did you know? The largest sea turtle in the world – the Leatherback also resides here! Though Andaman has embraced modern infrastructures and new trends, its natural beauty and striking flora and fauna remain unspoiled even to this day.
Today was quite horrible for 2 reasons; firstly we had to say goodbye to Daddy & Noah. We all cried as the coach drove off, except Noah who was just super excited to be on the coach with his friends. I don’t know what we would have done without the Amas family on holiday! They helped when Isla got her spots and the kiddies loved each other. It was nice. After they’d left Isla and I had to venture into Kos Town to visit the doctor again. The appointment was for around 6pm. We hired a bike and I cycled into Kos, we located the surgery and did some shopping whilst we waited. The doctor got a call out and didn’t get back until 7pm. It’s dark then! To say I was frightened cycling back, through dark lanes is an understatement. But all for a good cause: Isla has the all clear. She can use the pools again and fit to fly for Friday. The only flight I can see though is midnight! That will be interesting… the spot in this photo is near the famous Hippokrates tree in the main square in Kos Town. Very beautiful area and huge […]
The last full day as a family, yet we weren’t together for all of it. Noah wanted to go in the pools with his friends and Daddy wanted to swim too. Isla was only allowed at the beach. So we were split up, like the past 2 days. We walked to the beach for sunset and took some fun photos. Then Mummy & Isla went back to the room so Daddy & Noah could enjoy their last meal together.