Stuff wot I made (‘Life’s a Journey’ nostalgia Link-Up, week 73)

Welcome to year two of our weekly series of ‘link-up’ Posts which reflect on life’s journey, old memories and family stories (see below for more info).

I’ve just been presented with a giant bag of ‘creative output’ that my 6 year old has manufactured this school year.

This is my fave.

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“Owls con’t tern ther is” (translation: ‘owls can’t turn their eyes’)

“Owls eat mise” (translation: ‘owls eat mice’)


I then turfed out one of my own past artistic efforts, for comparison. I think Junior wins.

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Note to self: Mwst. Rite. Smawler.

Have you kept hold of any of your old school art work? What treasures has your tiny person brought home for you at the end of this school year? We’d love to see your examples!  Join in with a comment, or write your own Blog post and share in on our Linky. A new theme every week, always nostalgia based.

Whatever you do, do justice to your memories – they are my bread and butter.

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More about the Life’s a Journey weekly memories series.

A selection of other posts from this series:-

FIrst day of school memories family stories

Week 2 – Old School Portrait

family stories best friends

Week 4 – Bestest Friends

family stories teenage crush

Week 5 – Teenage Crushes

family stories grease movie

Week 6 – First Movie Memories

family stories cinderella

Week 9 – Favourite Childhood Books

family stories

Week 19 – Becoming a Parent

family stories

Week 25 – Old Boyfriends

family stories

Week 39 – My home town


13 responses to “Stuff wot I made (‘Life’s a Journey’ nostalgia Link-Up, week 73)

  1. I don’t think I have anything I made when I was younger. I don’t think my mum saved anything.
    My kids are going to have boxes of stuff to take away with them when they get their own place because I’ve saved just about everything they’ve ever brought home!

  2. Lovely post, I’m sure I’ve got a few bits of school work somewhere but I might hurt myself hunting through my overfilled cupboards!

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