What happened in our lives in September 2018
This month I've only got one family photo. You know how it is when you hand the camera over to a stranger to take a picture. You are lucky to have any useable pictures! We were at Kensington Palace and with a whinging 5 year old there never seemed to be another opportune moment to start taking family portraits, so this will just have to do. And just to make it go a bit further I've also cropped it in two different ways ha ha.
But anyway, without further ado, let's see how our September went.
I have loved:
- Watching GBBO - although I haven't done quite as many bakes as I had planned...
- Going to a talk about bilingual families, understanding the issues better and learning loads of new ideas I can use in our family.
- Being proud of my little girls - Aili got a Headteacher's Award and Aija has learned to bounce herself on her bouncer. And is loving it.
- Our new smart kettle. It's a game changer. Turns out green tea, if you brew it at the right temperature, doesn't need to taste bitter! It has pre-set temperatures for different varieties of tea and coffee, and of course a normal boil. Makes it easier to do milk bottles too. I love it. (It's official, I've reached the age where I get excited about good quality utility items...)
- The last sunny summer days.
- Reading books gain - this month have finished The Secret Barrister and This Is Going To Hurt.
Aili has loved:
- Starting swimming school. We've been lazy about finding time to teach her to swim, so this year I decided once and for all, it's time for her to learn. So swim school. Thankfully she loves it.
- Getting back to ballet. Last term ended up in a high with a ballet show, and soon it's time for her first ballet exam.
- Starting school in general - and she is going to her first after-school club too and doing gymnastics.
- PJ Masks and The Incredibles - this girl is obsessed!
- Getting her hair cut to a short bob. This is apparently the Elastigirl haircut, and she brought Elastigirl with her to the hairdressers to show what it needs to look like.
Aija has loved:
- Milk and cuddles.
- Lots and lots of cuddles - our velcro baby does not like to be put down.
- When she does get put down, she loves her BabyBjorn bouncer and her Moomin play gym
- Gnawing on her fists, but no teeth yet.
- Moving and grooving. She manages to advance about a meter or two on her own, doing a mixture of shuffling, rolling and pulling herself ahead with her arms.
Hubby has loved:
- Our new smart kettle. A perfect cup of coffee everytime.
- Going to the gym.
- Getting the little one out of the house and back to school - makes it so much easier to work from home.
- Dozing off very early every night, seems like the life being a dad of two is knackering!
How was your September?
What a gorgeous place for family day out together. Lovely family snap. It sounds like you have been busy this past month too. We failed on our family snaps just rushing it and baby boy being ill wasn't impressed at all. lol Still great memories to capture one photo is better than none. :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! Aww sorry to hear your little one being ill, it is horrible to see them get sick. Yep, I was glad to have at least one pic!Delete
How cool are your boots? I love them! Sounds like a lovely month, and I am glad it went well xReplyDelete
Thank you - I love them!Delete
Looks like such a good day out, we went a couple of years ago but never made it inside the palace walls. Love your dress, it's a beautiful colour. Have a great October #MeandMineReplyDelete
Thank you so much, it's so nice and bright. The palace is beautiful, def worth a visit. I am planning on writing about it here too sometime, as soon as I have a bit of extra time!Delete
I find it so hard to ask other people to take photos of us! You did very well to get even one :) #MeandMineReplyDelete
Ha ha I find it so embarrassing! I usually take my gorillapod and a remote control to avoid it, just forgot them this time.Delete