While it’s not so great to be back in the UK weather it’s lovely to be back on the blog. We’ve missed you all!
First though I must say a humungous ‘thank you’ to Lynne and her boys, Seth and Neil, for their fabulous work on this blog. I loved each and every post that Lynne put up and know that our blog is always safe in her capable and creative hands. Thanks too, Lynne, for sharing those book-making projects. These are the sorts of things I am really rubbish at so it’s great to have someone artistic and creative to come up with ideas. I am sure I will be asking for more posts of this nature in the future.
Holly and I are working on some upcoming posts, which we will upload as soon as our minds have reverted back from holiday fuzzy mind mode. However, I just wanted to remind everyone that Holly’s amazing alliteration competition draws to a close today. If you are, or know of, any children who would like to have a go, please encourage them to do so. It takes very little time and the winner gets something from Oxford!
Finally, we had some exciting news while we were away. Two weeks ago we were interviewed by an education correspondent with the Sunday Times about the phenomenon of child bloggers. Last Sunday, the paper carried the feature, entitled The Baby Bloggers, and featured Holly and Childtastic very prominently. We’re proud of this achievement and want to thank everyone for following us. We’re nothing without you!
Adieu for now…
Sam and Holly