I enjoyed doing my last set of March-November photos so I thought I’d finish off the months. We left Nathan and I enjoying lunch on the edge of lockdown 1. It gets worse before it gets better…
In March – an emotional week has resulted in the first almighty migraine of lockdown. I think I took this photo to try and convince Nathan to come home from the office and pick Eva up.
In November – Eva has taken to sleeping on the floor. I think I took this photo cause she’s cute when she’s asleep.
In March – Nathan is home from the office but keeping up his Friday Tieday tradition
In November – this pretty much sums up the state of affairs in America by this point
In March – one of many, many games of Heroquest between Nathan and Reuben over lockdown
In November – one of many, many koala hugs between Nathan and Eva
In March – our first ever post-church Zoom
In November – I’m watching myself leading worship at church on my home telly but am wearing the same grey dress in both. You can’t tell from the photo but I’m actually wearing the same grey dress in the March picture as well.
In March – On the first official day of homeschooling, the children erect an elaborate tent in the back garden
In November – Covid has stopped children from changing into their PE kit at school. We’re not sure why, but it means Eva has to be sports-ready every Monday morning
In March – Eva has painted a tiny teacup to look like Harry Potter
In November – Eva made a cheese scone at school and is posing with it by the sunset window
In March – Reuben has taken to making Harry Potter characters on the wii and making them duel
In November – Reuben has stuck a puppy inside an infinity gauntlet. Standard.
In March – Eva is by that same window as she was a few days ago in November. There’s a sunset
In November – hey look, another sunset…
In March – Eva is bored enough to start sweeping crumbs out from the inside of the sofa
In November – Every day that I get to drop her off at school, I am truly thankful
In March – trying to fight the boredom of a lockdown Saturday with an app that makes pandas appear in your lounge
In November – trying to fight the boredom of a lockdown Saturday by dressing as characters from “Gravity Falls”
In March – a brief spurt of creativity sees us decorating the front yard with pastel chalks
In November – a brief spurt of productivity sees us collecting six new dining chairs. Gauntlet still atop dining table.
In March – a choir rehearsal on Facebook Live
In November – a choir rehearsal on Zoom. Oh, how things have changed.