Project 365 2015, week 41

I haven’t got a lot to say this week – it’s been a bit of a tough one, so I will leave the photos to do the talking! Here is this weeks project 365.IMG_2113_2

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Day 270 – a gorgeous moment between these two.

Day 271 – Eating icecream can be a bit messy!

Day 272 – Gemma has been voted in as school councillor by her class mates. She is very proud of herself and even got a chance to go and meet the town mayor today.

Day 273 – Max carried a juice bottle around with him all day today, even on the school run. Toddlers are funny!

Day 274 – Jacob came home from school with a maths award for making great progress with learningto tell the time. 

Day 275 – Baby sensory, and Eliza absolutely loved the foil blankets.

Day 276 – We took the children bowling today. It was Max’s first time, and he loved it, even managing to get a strike!



  1. October 10, 2015 / 7:07 pm

    Sorry to hear you’ve had a tough week, but the pictures are lovely as ever! Eliza peeping out from her foil blanket is very cute. Hope things pick up for you soon.
    Sarah W (@sarahMo3W) recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 41My Profile

  2. October 10, 2015 / 8:56 pm

    Sorry to hear your week hasn’t been the best! Sending big hugs!
    That first photo is just adorable!
    Kim Carberry recently posted…Project 365 – Week 41My Profile

  3. October 10, 2015 / 11:35 pm

    Hope next week is a much better week for you. The bowling looks like it was a lot of fun. We’ve never taken z yet!

  4. October 11, 2015 / 11:19 am

    Bowling looks lots of fun – I keep promising to take isaac but it’s so expensive. I know the house build is frustrating you, hang on in there it will be worth it xx

  5. October 12, 2015 / 8:57 pm

    Those emergency blankets are brilliant for babies. N used to love them – we had one at home as well.

    Well done on the school award and councillor position.
    Emma T recently posted…Living Arrows 2015 week 41 – proud bakerMy Profile

  6. October 14, 2015 / 8:47 pm

    I just adore that first photo, a lovely shared moment gaze, siblings are amazing.
    Well done on the strike Max.
    Well done to both Jacob and Gemma, nice when kids make you proud.
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