Project 365 2015, week 50

It’s almost the end of another project 365 and the end of another year! It’s been a pretty crazy one, with the arrival of Eliza and plenty else going on, and it’s only set to get more crazy with a house move happening next week – finally!

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Day 333 – A cloudy grey day, but we managed to get outside to feed the ducks this afternoon.

Day 334 – We went to see some puppies this morning. After a lot of thought and discussion we have been looking into getting a dog, and this little one will be joining our family next year.

Day 335 – A morning at baby group, Eliza was transfixed by the musical instruments!

Day 336 – Baby sensory today, and the lights were a real hit with all the babies.

Day 337 – Max loves books, and he was sent this one by a friend of mine recently. It’s become a new favourite and he will often sit and read it by himself.

Day 338 – This little monkey rolls off every time you try and change her nappy now!

Day 339 – We went to see Santa today. Gemma and Jacob loved it, and told him all about school and what they are hoping for at Christmas. Max wasn’t so sure but he did manage a wave and a smile at the end.

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6 Comments

  1. December 12, 2015 / 6:23 pm

    That puppy looks adorable, plenty of fun for you next year then, how it’s not a chewer! Love the baby sensory photo, takes me back in time. Good luck with the move #365
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  2. December 12, 2015 / 7:24 pm

    Some gorgeous photos of Eliza this week 🙂 Love the family photo with Father Christmas. Your puppy is so cute! I bet you’re really excited about getting him. Good luck for the house move next week.
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  3. December 16, 2015 / 9:17 pm

    Max is not looking overly sure about Santa, hopefully next year.
    Love the way the camera has highlighted the pieces of bread, we have seagulls swoping in when we are trying to feed ducks as well.
    Good luck with the move
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  4. December 21, 2015 / 5:56 am

    i love the photo of the little one with the sensory lights and the family pick, sorry I’m late with commenting, i look forward to reading the next post about your house move

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