February in Honeycomb Valley was like most Februaries in most places; rather uneventful. Children don’t need big events to have a happy day though. A free sunday is enough for them. And so it was that we spent a February sunday with the children of Honeycomb Valley.
The boys had snowball fights, played tag and rode their bikes all around town…
…even in the middle of the street! Luckily the streets of Honeycomb Valley aren’t very busy on sunday mornings.
She did find a very pretty early spring flower, which she took home to put in water.
The Edwards children had no time to play. It was sunday, so of course Joshua, Miriam and Ruth, along with their older sisters, brother and mother, spent most of the day in church listening to their father.
It was a busy service too.
Naturally, the Edwards family occupied the first rows.
After the service, the family headed home for a hot sunday lunch. Dad’s favourite, of course.
The kids seemed to like it too though.
Like their classmate Chantal, they too found some early spring flowers which smelled and looked lovely.
While her sister was picking flowers in the park, little Ellie found a different way to have some fun and set a little trap…
Her dad had no clue and when he went to wash his hands, got soaking wet.
…and go on a hunt through the neighbourhood.
First wash your hands!
Liam and his mother prepared a great meal. Dad Colin loved it very much too.
…Just so long as they also read a bit before sleeping! Lucy encourages her kids to read daily and sunday is no exception.
And then, at 9:00 pm, the day really was over for Nick, Nathan and all the other children of Honeycomb Valley. Goodnight everyone, sleep well…
In other February news…
Welcome to the world, little Jayden Harrison!
It might have felt like spring when Zoe and her friend Emily went flower picking in the park, but apparently it was still chilly enough to catch a cold. And even though you may be 11, but when you’re home ill from school, there’s no better companion than your favourite teddybear!