My Sunday Photo (Aladdin)

Yesterday we went on our annual visit to the open air Everyman theatre in Cardiff. This was our third year in a row. This year it was Aladdin and the standard as previous years was top class. The girls sat and applauded all the way though and loved every minute. In fact my wife and myself loved it too! When we were leaving I couldn't resist a photo with the cast to have a nice memento from this years show. I'm really looking forward to going back next year.

My Sunday Photo  (At The Park) #playmoremonth 

My Sunday photo this week is how much and how quickly my five year old twins have grown. It appears I’m no longer required at the swings as the girls are now pushing each other. They have made me redundant, OMG! They are only five. It’s frightening how quickly time moves. It really doesn’t seem like yesterday that I was pushing them, and my arms nearly falling off after 20 minutes. Every cloud has a silver lining, haha! Although they look super cool in their shades. This week I was honoured to be featured on the awesome Daddilife blog with… [Read More]

My Sunday Photo 

My Sunday photo this week is our day trip to the seaside, with my five year old twin girls R and M. We arrived early and stayed all day and had just the most perfect day. What I love about this photo is the way M is kicking her leg up, so cute always posing haha! Also it was a strange experience because I stood on this beach at the same age as the girls and we are back there again. Lovely memories to recollect and making new memories for my five year old twins R and M. Full blog… [Read More]

My Sunday Photo 

My Sunday photo this week is from last Thursday, when I attended the blogosphere blog awards as a shortlisted finalist in parenting blog category, I didn’t win which I was a little bit disappointed about, but I was very proud to be part of the event. I was lucky enough to meet-up with two fantastic Dad bloggers John Adams (dadbloguk) and Tom Cox (The Unlikely Dad), it was great to have a couple of friends to share the evening with. We got this photo as the evening came to a close.

My Sunday Photo 

I have recently come back from Disneyland Paris and I will be publishing more in depth blog posts later this week on our holiday experience. There were so many magical moments that we managed to photograph. One particular magical moment was when my five year old twin girls met Peter Pan and Wendy Darling. It really was very special to see their little faces light up with big beaming smiles and if I could bottle that happiness and joy I saw in that one moment and sell it I’m sure it would make me a millionaire.

My Sunday Photo (My New Canon Powershot G7X MK2)

My Sunday photo this week is a Pieris, also known as the forest flame. It’s easily one of my favourite plants, and the little red flowers are just beginning to show as summer approaches. What’s particularly special about this photo is that it’s taken with my new toy! The Canon Powershot G7X mark 2. This is an awesome camera! It’s incredibly easy to use which it needs to be for me, as I am a complete novice with cameras. As I was spending a lot of money, I like to do my homework and a review by Darren at photalife definitely… [Read More]

My Sunday Photo 

My Sunday photo is related to a post I published on Friday about the use of the word Tomboy. When calling a girl a Tomboy. I actually think it is a very offensive term to use. You can read the full post here.  My photo this week is perfect to show that my twins are girls, but that doesn’t mean they can’t climb, wear hoodies and play at anything they want. This picture captures it perfectly, I think. I will always be teaching my twin girls that they can be anything they want in life. I am teaching them to… [Read More]

My Sunday Photo 

Yesterday we went to our local farm for a family day out. While we were there. I caught this picture of the new farmhands. Which looked suspiciously like my five year old twin girls. Haha! I love their very cool look with the sunglasses. It’s the new breed of farmhands for the future, and proving girls can do any job they want.