September is one of those months that get you thinking. Not only with the kids going Back to School and all that but it’s one month closer to Christmas, and then you’ve got Halloween to sort out too. It’s like a little taster month where seasonal products start to leak out onto our shop shelves and before the trick or treaters knock on your door and start to see Christmas trees up in neighbours windows.
On the weather side of things, you can tell Autumn is swooping in because our heating has been back on, our cosy jumpers have been dug out of our wardrobes and I’ve found myself making endless pots of stew at the children’s request.
The colours start to change in September and that’s one of my favourite things about this month. Leaves start to fall from trees, the green surroundings your so used to get dappled with oranges, reds and browns. The kids get excited about going on a conker hunt and you’re just happy you wore your woolly socks with your favourite welly boots. You find your kettle being used more & more, and there’s a constant excitement to light candles before you snuggle up with a movie.
September has been a lovely month and even though ours has been hectic with getting into post-summer routines and what not, it’s been such a lovely few weeks too.
When your 4yo has misplaced her tablet and is upset with you because you cannot find it. That FACE though!
I managed to go out-out with a bunch of girlfriends for the night. How adorable is this street!
The seasons are changing which means Annabelle’s book ledges get a little reshuffle.
Ellie made some wheaten bread in Home Ec class – it tasted amazing!
The graffiti in this subway speaks for itself. Stunning.
Prepping for my eldest turning 18!
Can I go to the shop like this, Mama?
The climbing wall at the Tesco Taste Festival.
HAPPY 18TH RHYS!
Bungee trampolining & Annabelle was determined to pull off a backflip.
I’ve realised that this one loves to shop. Like….loves to shop!
Can’t have a birthday without a little birthday cake!
September has been a lovely yet very busy month. It’s been all routines and school homework. It’s been cosy afternoons with the heating on and bowls of stew for dinner. It’s by far the most exciting month for me, personally. But tomorrow will be October. October! And I cannot wait everything the tenth month of the year will bring.