We’re Moving!

After the last four years of running ‘Me and My Polar Bear’ (albeit sporadically at times!), we’ve decided to move over to Ice and Earth, with a fancy new blog design. There are a few reasons behind it, one being that it links in with our letterpress cards, but really we wanted everything internet-based in one place, and the old name no longer really fits the bill.

The content won’t change dramatically but it will be a bit more of a family partnership. Tom has always been responsible for about 95% of the photos, and I have done the writing, but the recent arrival of Freddie has naturally made our day to day activites, and therefore our blog content, more family focused.

There will be plenty of photos, a fair amount of UK travel, and hopefully lots of sewing.

I hope you stick with us, and please let us know if you spot anything that isn’t quite working correctly!


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