Project 365 2015, week 34

Another week, another project 365 post. It is fast approaching the end of August and back to school – the kids are definitely ready to go back now. We went to get school shoes this week, so I am now officially poor. It has been a pretty miserable week weather wise, so we have been keeping busy with a few indoor activities such as Lego and cake making.

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Day 221 – I love beach huts, the colours always cheer me up. These are at Exmouth, and you can see them as you drive along the seafront.

Day 222 – Poor Max has been really suffering with his eczema lately. Nothing seems to be touching this flare up, so the doctor has prescribed Elocon and referred us to a paediatrician for allergy testing. I really hope we get to the bottom of it soon.

Day 223 – A rainy day. Max loves watching the rain on the windows. Anyone else got a toddler who won’t keep clothes on?!

Day 224 – Kevin delivers diesel to the site where our new house is being built, so he often sends me pictures so I can see the progress. It’s getting there now – we are up to second floor level!

Day 225 – A Lego sort of day, Jacob built the car transporter and 2 cars all by himself.

Day 226 – We made Minion cupcakes.

Day 227 – We have a very happy girl this morning. She was sent a Lamaze blanket, and she hasn’t let it go since it arrived!



  1. August 22, 2015 / 7:35 pm

    Yup! We got school shoes too….I feel your pain!
    Oh gosh! Poor Max I hope you get it sorted soon!
    We made those Minion cupcakes a while ago…..Yours look so much better than ours! We suck at baking…lol x
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  2. August 22, 2015 / 10:36 pm

    Hope ill manage to get to the bottom of the eczema. My husband has it and it can be frustrating during a flare up as he sometimes has no idea why 🙁

  3. August 22, 2015 / 11:07 pm

    Ouch to the eczema, hope it’s better soon.

    That’s so cool being able to watch your house being built.
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  4. August 23, 2015 / 10:12 pm

    Those beach huts look very cheery – I was eyeing up the ones today on Wells beach, only 70k to buy??!! Hope the eczema gets sorted – so frustrating.
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  5. chickenruby
    August 24, 2015 / 12:13 pm

    that excema looks sore, hope he can get some relief from it, the minion cakes look fab and I love the photo of the house being built, you could frame some in the hallway

  6. August 24, 2015 / 9:36 pm

    Oh poor Max with that eczema, looks like a nasty flare-up. How exciting to watch your house being built. When we bought a brand new house we visited it every week and took a photo from the same spot to see the difference. The minion cupcakes look great 🙂
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  7. August 27, 2015 / 9:00 pm

    How exciting to watch your house being built ( if only in photos).
    Ouch at the eczema, Bob had been given a load of new creams to try and control his as well, you feel so sorry for them.
    Dont tend to get beach huts up here in Scotland, they always look bright and fab but they cost a fortune.
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