Category Archive: Family

History homeschool

If you’re looking for some resources to help your children study the age of princes/ medieval Britain part of the syllabus there’s some great blog posts over at the DeCaversham Household site. Just… Continue reading

Send your child’s name to Mars

If your kids are as obsessed with space as Henry is, this is quite a fun engagement idea from Nasa. We filled this in a little while ag, but you can add your… Continue reading

Fake it till you make it – harvest at the allotment

I’ll preface this by saying we’re actually really pleased with everything we’ve been able to grow this year. Also the lessons we’ve learned – like, why you need to net broccoli and cabbages… Continue reading

Quick review. Outdoor adventures – Fonmon Castle

Paid entry venue: Fonmon Castle. Last Monday we went to Fonmon Castle. You have to book a time a day before arriving. But we had a good time. This is a pay for… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Cefn Onn wanderings

A few shots of the family with my trusty Canon 600D in Cefn Onn Park, Lisvane.

PHOTOS: Bangkok 2020

A few pictures from our family holiday to Thailand in February this year. These are from a few days n Bangkok, catching up with friends, playing ultimate frisbee and exploring.

Eulogy for Uncle Keith

Earlier this year my Uncle Keith sadly passed away. I wrote a eulogy for his funeral. Sadly my husband, son and I had to self isolate due the Covid 19 pandemic (a post… Continue reading

Rest in peace Keith Lacey-Williams

A couple of days ago my lovely Uncle Keith died. He’d been unwell with rhematoid arthritis and osteoporosis for a while. He’d recently had an operation which seemed to go well to help… Continue reading

PHOTOS: Marrakech

Right now, I am posting from far away climes as Jim, Henry and I visit friends and family in Thailand. Towards the end of 2019, we went away for our second overseas adventure… Continue reading

More allotmenting

Progress is slow because the weather has been grim, Jim and I have been infected with just about every disease Henry can bring back from nursery and it is winter. However, we are… Continue reading