Project 365 2015, weeks 20 and 21

It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster the last 2 weeks, and I missed writing up a project 365 post last week as I was in hospital – so this week I have a 2 week round up for you!

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Day 130 – Max has been showing an interest in the potty at nursery for a while now, so today we went and got one for at home.

Day 131 – I am 33 weeks pregnant. You can read my 33 week bump update here

Day 132 – We bought a double bike trailer today so that Daddy can take the kids out on their bikes more often. Max gave it a test drive today, and most definitely approved!

Day 133 – It was my birthday this week, and Kevin bought me some gorgeous tulips.

Day 134 – Max wanted to try his brothers goggles on.

Day 135 – I was at The Baby Show today, and the children had a lovely day with Daddy, including lots of games of Labyrinth!

Day 136 – After a long day at The Baby Show yesterday I ended up in hospital for the weekend with contractions. Thankfully they managed to stop them, and I was given steroids for the baby’s lungs, just in case he or she makes an early appearance.

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Day 137 – Happy birthday hubby! Got to have a chocolate cake. 

Day 138 – SO happy to be home from hospital, even if I am under strict orders to rest. I sat in the garden today, enjoying all the colour in the hanging baskets.

Day 139 – I am 34 weeks pregnant. You can read my bump update here.

Day 140 – Sharing an umbrella on the school run.

Day 141 – Could this child be any more chilled out?!

Day 142 – Exciting times ahead – our house went on the market today. We have a new build plot reserved and are hoping to be in towards the end of the year.

Day 143 – Trying out the buggy board ready for when baby comes!



  1. May 23, 2015 / 10:34 am

    exciting news about the house, fingers crossed all goes smoothly this time. love the school run photo with the umbrella, sweet moment!! happy belated birthday to your hubby x
    Chantelle Hazelden recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 21My Profile

  2. May 23, 2015 / 12:28 pm

    Hope baby is behaving and you are feeling ok, good luck with the house and hope it all goes smoothly for you later in the year #365
    over40andamumtoone recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 21My Profile

  3. May 23, 2015 / 7:54 pm

    I hope you and bump are doing OK. I had to have those injections with Little E as they thought she might need to be delivered anytime from 35 weeks, they pushed us to just under 38 with lots of hospital visits. Good luck on selling your house. Lots of exciting things happening for you this year x
    Jane – Our Little Escapades recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 21 Days 137-143My Profile

  4. May 23, 2015 / 10:31 pm

    Sorry to hear about your pregnancy scare and glad baby hasn’t appeared just yet. How exciting to have reserved a new house! Good luck with that!
    Sarah W (@sarahMo3W) recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 21My Profile

  5. chickenruby
    May 24, 2015 / 4:45 pm

    fab baby bump pictures, hope all ok now after your scare last week and good luck with the sale of the house

  6. May 26, 2015 / 10:31 pm

    Belated birthday wishes to you both! Loving the new blog design Kate and congrats on the new house! How exciting! Sorry to hear you have been in and out of hospital again!
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  7. May 27, 2015 / 10:04 pm

    keep holding on to baby for another few weeks if possible.
    Happy belated birthday to both of you, chocolate cake a good choice.
    Not so sure I fancy those bike trailers on the roads, but then probably safer than a bike seat like I use to use.
    Buggy boards are fab invention, it was pram seats on coach built prams in my day and they got heavy with an older child.
    Elaine Livingstone recently posted…Project 365 week 21My Profile

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