It's with a sigh of relief that we start the Summer Holidays. We have survived the flurry of summer term activities which built up to the customary end of term craziness. Summer fayres, parents evenings, sports days, camp outs, and numerous assemblies have left us tired and ready for six weeks of fun and relaxation. My boys are always giddy with excitement about the holidays and I am looking forward (bracing myself) to spending more time with them.
It's a tradition in our house to do a Summer wish list, writing down all the special things we’d like to do. This year there are plans for cycling, den making, swimming, camping, Lego building and much more. I’ll also be making sure we have time to just loaf about and recharge our batteries.
It's the last summer holidays before my youngest starts school in September. I’m conscious of time whizzing by, so I want to make the most of my time with him. To help me do this I’ve pulled together a Summer Holiday Calendar. With space for our wish list, days out, our holiday to France and other planned activities it has pride of place on the kitchen wall. I’m hoping some organisation will also allow us time to kick back and enjoy, knowing we’ve got time to do everything and nothing.
If you’d like a copy of this calendar you can download it here or by clicking on the image below.
One thing is for sure is whatever we do I know there will be fun, adventure, good times and some lovely memories.
Wishing you all a wonderful Summer!