Project 365 2015, week 44

It’s been a really manic half term, and we have been up to a lot of different things. On Monday and Tuesday Jacob went to a 2 day football roadshow which he loved. I took Gemma to the museum for a Halloween arts and crafts day. On Wednesday they both went to an all day multi sports course. On Thursday we went out for lunch and a bit of pocket money spending, and Friday was a quiet day at home playing Cluedo and creating more Halloween things. Here is our project 365 for half term week.

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Day 291 – The weather wasn’t great today so we took the kids to a soft play centre. Max is so much more confident now and goes on al the big slides and climbing frames withe Gemma and Jacob.

Day 292 – We went to B&Q for a few bits and pieces, and Jacob was my little helper, pushing the pram and entertaining Eliza.

Day 293 – Half term homework – Jacob had to research a stone age animal, and chose the sabre tooth tiger. He loves finding out interesting facts.

Day 294 – Cake making – the children made a lemon drizzle cake. It didn’t last long!

Day 295 – Eliza is rolling over all the time now, but she still looks surprised when she ends up on her front!

Day 296 – Halloween crafts – we made trophies with paper cups, straws and stickers.

Day 297 – Jacob is playing in his first football match today – to say he is excited would be an understatement!



  1. October 31, 2015 / 6:08 pm

    I hope the football match went well! The kids look like they’ve had a lovely week. The photo of Jacob pushing Eliza is so cute!
    Sarah W (@sarahMo3W) recently posted…Project 365 2015 Week 44My Profile

  2. November 1, 2015 / 9:38 am

    aaa he looks so proud in that last photo!! you have been really busy 🙂 x
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  3. November 1, 2015 / 7:59 pm

    gosh a very busy week, sounds like you all had fun. Amazing how you will yet younger children so and climb where you never would have let the first go, as you realise they are quite capable.
    What a proud day getting his first football match.
    Love lemon drizzle cake
    Elaine Livingstone recently posted…Project 365 week 44My Profile

  4. chickenruby
    November 9, 2015 / 1:59 pm

    what a lovely half term, i remember my boys looking so small in their first football kit

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