Category Archive: Video

Out of the mouth of Albie: A trip to the Plane Museum

I have a lot to tell you! We have been in the UK for bang-on one week. It has been pretty great so far, punctuated by fluctuating bouts of both panic and wonderment.… Continue reading

Three years old.

Albie turned three at the end of February. We just had a low-key family weekend this year  – hung at the beach, attended a Soap Box Derby Day, met a giant teddy bear… Continue reading

Out of the mouth of Albie: Conversations with Balloon Dog

We went to a Summer City Circus Day a wee while ago. I am sure it was awesome for just about everyone there, but I was foolishly dressed in too much black and… Continue reading

Albie’s afternoon tea

I don’t know if you know The Kid Should See This, but its an amazing repository of videos that weren’t made for kids, that kids kind-of-love anyway. Think time-lapse videos of things rotting,… Continue reading

2.Out of the mouth of Albie….

It was midday, and I was surprised. ” Where HAS the morning gone?” I ruminated out loud. It was more of a rhetorical question, but Albie was intent on getting to the bottom… Continue reading

1. Out of the mouth of Albie….

Albie has been a bit of a joker from a young age – full of brightness and humour and laughter. His levels of light have always astounded me, and I have wondered whether… Continue reading

Masterchef – Toddler Special

How to make Banana Cake according to Mister Two: I am so in love with Albie’s culinary focus and imagination and this may be my favourite video of it yet. Click image above… Continue reading

Going at Albie speed – Year Two.

WOMAD festival is one of my happy places. Last year, we held tight to this fact and drove along to it with a car full of medical paraphernalia and a pre-heart repair Albie. All… Continue reading

I’m with the band

Oh cute. Oh cute. Oh cute.

Bottled Up: let’s change the formula

Bottled UP! is a documentary exposé about Breastfeeding in America. The mission of the documentary is not a small one –  to restore the Phenomenon of the Nursing Mother to the cultural landscape… Continue reading