The Siblings Project | October 2018

September to October has been more pleasant than I thought it would be. There have been sunny days, almost like summer but with the sun setting earlier. I have taken the two siblings on outings at the weekend and after school too – even going to Legoland on a Monday afternoon! As I write this, the weather has taken a turn, and I fear this may be the last post this year where we are not wearing winter coats. So here they are, our sibling photos in the autumn sunshine. It was good while it lasted!

Enjoying the garden at Nana and Grandpa’s house

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And the sandpit table

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On to a real sandpit in Windsor after school – T-shirts back out

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At the Cholsey and Wallingford Railway – Tyler is going “CHOO!”

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At the Carters Steam Fair 

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At “Lily’s Caffe Nero” in Windsor, as Tyler called it

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Back at the Clewer Memorial Playgroup when it was 23 degrees last week!

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I’m not going to lie, I am going to miss these sunny days. I don’t look forward to winter and Christmas and rain and snow and dark nights. But we have to get through it. Maybe if I get a new winter coat for Lily, that might make it better. I have a new mustard yellow one for Tyler. Sorry – thinking out loud. Let’s see what photos I come up with for next month’s post.

How has the past month been for you? Have you been out enjoying the last of the sunshine, or are you ready for winter?

Sabrina x

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