Saturday 18 May 2019

Siblings {May 2019}

Time is really flying around here, and as of today I have a 14 year old daughter! I mean, I've always had her, but she's 14 for the first time today... it won't be long before Sasha's birthday comes around too. May and June are always my busiest times of the year, and this week has definitely been a crazy one!
stephs two girls siblings may 2019
The girls are growing faster by the second; our eldest is now just ever so slightly taller than me and Sasha is not far behind.
They still have lots of fun together at times - we are lucky to have a great garden for when the weather is nice and Swingball, trampoline and hot tub have all been made use of this month.
stephstwogirls May 19 siblings

Glad that the exams for our eldest have been and gone already this year so she can relax into summer now. Hopefully there will be a lot more fun in the garden and on the slightly wetter days the girls will probably enjoy playing together on Minecraft. 

The Siblings Project - Dear Beautiful

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