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Welcome to our blog. It has a lot about the kids, occasional Crafting and a healthy dose of Chaos.
I'm Clair, I'm the mama. I spend more time than I'd really like at "work" and not nearly enough time jumping in muddy puddles with the girls, sewing, reading or in my bed. It's a tough life being a mum but it's the best life in the world
Charlotte is the eldest. With a memory that will come back to haunt anyone making rash promises, she reads voraciously, loves to draw and write with her mama's love of stationary. She relishes being a Brownie and is capable of anything she sets her mind on!
Lexie might be in the middle but she doesn't let that hold her back from being in the lead. She is confident and happy with a way of worming her way into your heart. Never happier than when singing and dancing or chatting she is never one to miss a chance to have an adventure however big or small.
Minnie need only crack that smile or roll her eyes and you'll be helpless to do as she asks. My little girl with an equal love of princesses and cars, who will happilyrace her cars around her dolls house and wear her Tinkerbell nightie to bed under her Lightning McQueen duvet. Determined and delightful in equal measure.
Christopher is the Daddy and the glue who keeps this ship afloat on a day to day basis. A man who is happy to answer the question "What do you do?" with "I'm a dad" he deserves the kudos for everything from having clean underwear, packed lunches, functioning plumbing, paid bills and the perfect ballet bun - and pretty much anything inbetween.
We'rejust an ordinary family figuring out how to get through one day at a time. Perhaps with a little more self created chaos than necessary
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