One of the blogs I’ve recently found and really enjoyed reading is butwhymummywhy. In 2013 Morgana hosted a linky called “This Week I Love” which focused on the weeks highlights. With a slight revamp for the New Year, I promised myself this would become one of my regular link-ups. I love the idea of writing down what I’ve loved in the week as too soon it’s gone and the little details are forgotten
Yesterday was Little O’s 2 year check up so for the first time in a long time we needed to get out his little red book. As the health visitor was running late it gave me the opportunity to read through the notes made when he was days/weeks old. Funny how you forget some of the little details, ones that seemed so important in the early days.
After two years (I think it’s been 2 years) the new Sherlock episode was on. I was so excited to find out how he’d “escaped” death. A bit disappointed that we didn’t actually find out but I still thought the episode was great!
The best thing I heard this week was the lovely news from two of our closest friends that their baby boy had arrived ten days early on New Years Day morning. As he’s a New Year baby they had a visit from the Mayor and received a commemorative silver spoon. Awwww!
A slight cheat on this one, but I’ve made a start on getting healthy. I’ve signed up to do Survival of the Fittest (a 10km obstacle course) with a friend in November so I’m planning to spend the year getting prepped for it.
For only the second time I got the opportunity to wore my gorgeous Whistles leather pencil skirt when we went out for dinner with friends on Monday night. It’s possibly one of the most fabulous things in my wardrobe so doesn’t come out very often, but it always gets lots of comments when it does. Plus hubby loves it too!
This week I have loved just being at home as a family. The Christmas week is always a bit hectic so it’s been nice to just chill and spend time together. Hubby doesn’t get that much time off so it’s been great for him to spend so much time with Little O without having to worry about work.
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