Review (Gifted)¦ The other week, we did something a bit different. After our last visit to the cinema with Reuben at 8 months, we’ve given up on going to baby showings as he got irritable about not being able to crawl around. So that leaves us limited to what we can do that’s not also child-appropriate, as he’s always in tow. Then we found out about Bring Your Own Baby Comedy at The Orchard Theatre. I mean, 18+ comedy that you can drink prosecco at and your baby can go to without you being seriously judged, at lunch time? Yes please!
Review (Gifted)¦ Yesterday evening, my Mum and I attended the opening night of the Dirty Dancing tour’s 5 day stint at the Orchard Theatre in Dartford. We’re big fans of the 1987 film and were really excited, but also a little concerned that it might not live up to our expectations as the film is just so good!
It can be difficult to know how to occupy children in the school holidays. October is often such a rainy month, which makes it a bit harder still. They just end up bouncing off the walls when they’re inside for too long! To help you out, I’ve compiled a list of things going on in Medway and Gravesham over October 2021’s half term. At the time of writing, there are still spaces on all of these to my knowledge! I had to omit lots of activities, as they were already full. Therefore, if you’re interested in any of these I recommend getting in there quickly! 🙂
I had so much fun planning Autumn’s christening, that in many ways I couldn’t wait to do it again for Reuben. Having our children baptised is something that’s really important to me. The rest of our family and friends seem to appreciate and enjoy the occasion too! Nevertheless, my life is busier these days, so it was actually quite stressful! Both children were unwell and Reuben was teething in the few weeks leading up to Reuben’s baptism. This resulted in me having even less time than usual. Still, I pulled it off in the end (just as the bestie I vented to said I would!)
Tomorrow is my wedding anniversary (yay!) For the first time, I’ve actually managed to write about my wedding on the blog as I’ve kept planning to every June since Autumn was born. It’s a bit weird, since I’ve been busier than ever these last few months. I’m not knocking it though. It’s been lovely to finally write up about about the different elements of our day. So far, I’ve written about our invitations and my wedding dress. Today I’m focusing on the cars. As someone who has grown up with a love and appreciation of cars, the wedding car was always going to be just as important as the dress for me. I’d also had a special convoy planned out in my head since I got engaged. It was just a case of putting the plan into action and hoping that it would work. Largely as I would be relying on people’s good will…