The first month of 2018 is now out of the way (it seemed to last forever didn't it? -JJ) and it's been a pretty topsy-turvy January as far as Notts County are confirmed.
An amazing run in the FA Cup tempered by a poor showing in League Two, while Ryan Yates's premature departure was followed up by not one but two midfielders arriving at Meadow Lane.
And that's before we talk about the long, anxious wait for a striker on transfer deadline day!
In this article, Pride of Nottingham recaps all the major news stories from January 2018.
Notts County claimed their second win in three League Two games after Jon Stead scored a late penalty to secure a 1-0 victory over Port Vale on New Year's Day.
Liam Noble stressed that his "head is in the right place now" as he prepared to begin his second spell at Notts County, being registered at the opening of the January window.
Notts County put in a superb performance to beat Brentford 1-0 in the fourth round of the FA Cup at Griffin Park.
Notts were drawn against either Swansea City or Wolverhampton Wanderers at Meadow Lane in round four of the FA Cup.
Haydn Hollis left Meadow Lane to join Forest Green Rovers.
Nottingham Forest recalled midfielder Ryan Yates, going on to send him on loan to Scunthorpe United.
As a replacement, Matty Virtue was loaned from Liverpool.
And Noor Husin then followed suit, joining Notts permanently from Crystal Palace.
Notts left Sincil Bank with a point after Jorge Grant struck the equaliser in a 2-2 draw with Lincoln City.
Notts County confirmed that the 2017/18 early bird season ticket price will be frozen for those who renew next season.
Notts were given confirmation by Nottingham Forest that Jorge Grant will be able to stay on loan at Meadow Lane for the remainder of the season.
Alan Hardy revealed that Notts County are quarter of a million pounds inside their budget at present.
Notts lost their superb unbeaten home record in League Two after fellow promotion chasers Exeter City claimed a 2-1 win at Meadow Lane.
Notts suffered a second League Two home defeat in the space of three days as Crawley Town emerged 2-1 winners at Meadow Lane on Tuesday night.
Notts announced the departure of Curtis Thompson on loan to Wycombe Wanderers until the end of the season.
Notts held Premier League side Swansea City to a 1-1 draw in Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round encounter at Meadow Lane.
The winner of Notts v Swansea was drawn to face Sheffield Wednesday away in round five of the FA Cup.