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August is………

bathing outside harvesting dinner cardigan free (hopefully) savouring every single sunny day

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Only the red ones

In April and May we sowed courgettes and tomatoes Now we have lots and lots and lots of yellow courgettes. It’s so true that two courgette plants will produce enough courgettes for a family of four And the tomatoes? Well, … Continue reading

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Leah unpacks the veg box

Martoes or rotts? Carrots I think Carrots beat beans any day Yum! Daffodil (she’s very adamant about this) Cold Rabbit – I really think this could catch on as the new name for kohlrabi Fruit next. Oranges are good for … Continue reading

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Red, white & blue

  Red The rash Leah woke up with this morning, worrying enough for Mr Rush Hour to take her to hospital and then thankfully get the all clear White Eve and I watched the morning’s events on TV, whilst multi tasking on … Continue reading

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Plant pot art

Matthew Wilson has written an article for our local twins club newsletter advocating gardening with twins. Inspired by this we asked the girls if they would like their own pots for growing plants. Eve said ‘Noooooooo’ as her head was … Continue reading

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A Homemade Valentines

I love any excuse for a celebration, especially at the dog end of winter and we decided we’d celebrate Valentines today rather than tomorrow when we’ll be at work or nursery First we had potato print wrapping paper And homemade … Continue reading

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A Saturday Ritual

Since Eve and Leah were tiny babies we have made pizzas on Saturday. It has its origins pre-twins when a Saturday night pizza and film / exhibition date was what we did (how carefree that seems now, to decide to … Continue reading

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