Portrait of Oliver in Black and White

So we’re out for the summer…I cannot believe it’s September already. Oliver started nursery officially on Friday (after summer school nursery ended) and at 2 and a half, had to wear a uniform for the first time. It was an emotional day.

My little baby is all grown up. Here are some of our summer pics: I’ll truly cherish this summer as it’s the last one with just the three of us, before baby. It has been an idyllic few months from a holiday in Wales to walks through forests, fun times splashing around in the garden and of course preparing to become four. What are your summer highlights?


Photographs © Peter Broadbent.

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13 Responses

  1. sharcasm

    Beautiful, stunning pictures and Oliver really is such a beautiful boy, even more curious to see what baby number two will look like. I’m sure he’ll be equally gorgeous. x

  2. honestmum

    @ebabeelikes thanks gorgeous girl, really touched by your comment. @notmyyearoff thank you-he started at the nursery a couple of months ago so really settled and he loves his uniform!

  3. Nikki Thomas

    Aw such beautiful photos! He is so gorgeous! It is scary how quickly they grow up – my eldest has just gone into sixth form at school and that is really scary!


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