Project 365, days 341 – 347

This week has been all about the school Christmas plays and lunches, final bits of wrapping and a few cheeky toddler moments! This weeks project 365 – can’t believe it’s almost the end of the year!

Project 365

Project 365

Project 365

Project 365

Project 365

Project 365

Project 365


Day 341 – Max found a pair of Gemma’s sunglasses, and despite the fact that it was raining outside he wore them all day.

Day 342 – The first day of Gemma’s school play – she did so well, and was clear and precise all the way through. I was very proud of her performance as Miss Pallette the art teacher.

Day 343 – Day 2 of school play, and tonight Daddy went to watch. Again, Gemma was fantastic, and was even congratulated by the headteacher at the end for her loud voice.

Day 344 – I love this little Santa that Jacob made in forest schools today.

Day 345 – Big news! In case you missed it, you can read our exciting announcement here.

Day 346 – Max has spent all week trying to reach the chocolates on the tree – I think I might need to put them up a bit higher!

Day 347 – We went out to review our local Brewers Fayre today. Gemma and Jacob loved the cola slushies.

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  1. December 14, 2014 / 4:57 am

    Lovely pics..I need that sunglasses 🙂 the christmas tree..Have a wonderful Christmas!

  2. December 14, 2014 / 9:00 am

    Loving the sunglasses – so cute. Our tree is up and I thought it would be sebby attacking it but it is isaac who is constantly rearranging it
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  3. December 27, 2014 / 11:06 pm

    Your daughter has the most twinkly eyes ever, is she a cheeky money? Your tree looks beautiful, well decorated.

    Thanks for linking up to Project 365.
    TheBoyandMe recently posted…Merry Christmas!My Profile

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