I can't believe it's half term already and my son is now half way through Year 4.
It only seems like yesterday that I was taking him for his first day of middle school after the long summer break.
Time goes by so fast, maybe too fast, but that only makes me realise how important it is to appreciate time and savour all the little moments that occur.
I'm so grateful for the life I am now able to lead. Especially having missed all of my son's early school years due to a busy job which involved lots of travel.
I am privelleged to be able to see my son grow. Not just physically but mentally and personally. It's wonderful to see him and his friends gaining confidence, learning new skills (including contact rugby!) and developing their characters.
And it's wonderful to be there for him in his moments of success and failure to celebrate or suppport him during these formative years.
Sometimes I'm asked if I'll go back into the workplace in the form of a full time job.
Maybe one day, but for now this is the most important job I can think of.
Last Rugby Match of the Season. It's great to be able to get to matches and support my son and his friends.