So this new year’s Eve we were able to spend it with family once more after last year’s New Years Eve 2021 home alone. It was a lot quieter than the party days when Mum was able to invite more people to celebrate with us, but we were grateful to be able to celebrate together once more. I actually couldn’t remember last year’s New Years Eve until I looked back at our post. It was a quiet night at home with a party tea, games and Sidney dog cuddles (oh, we miss him so much). Here are some snaps from a family New Years Eve 2022:
Thankfully, at Nanny’s house we have Toby dog for cuddles.
As you can see, he is always in the centre of the action. He is so loved by all.
He loves the kids so much.
Aww, Toby dog…
Mum, Izzy and I quickly did the #tenyearchallenge to recreate a photo from ten years ago. Then a new-born, ten year old now Izzy stretches across both our laps but Mum has not changed at all.
A group photo, we were missing Ceri and Lexy but did Facetime them (as we did last year too).
Rebecca managed to get a New Year’s selfie of us six together- well done Bex!
I got a selfie with my boy. He is sooo lovely, I only wish he knew how amazing he is.
A blurry photo of two blurry drunks on our twentieth New Years Eve together. Here’s to many more! ❤
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Tony came around to let the New Year in for Mum. For the first year ever I didn’t stand in a circle and sing Auld Lang Syne! It was on the tele of course but after the kisses and hugs and New Year wishes, I went to see Tony, then ran down the road with the kids wishing Happy New Year to the street.
Dave, Danny and Rebecca walked over to see Granny and Grampy to wish them a Happy New Year as they always used to. And it is 2022! It’s an exciting year for our family as it’s the year of Ceri and Lexy’s wedding. It sounds like a good, positive number, let’s hope its a good year with some positive news for all soon.
Happy 2022 all! xxx