Five On Friday.

I'm so excited to finally be back taking part in the Five on Friday posts and linking up with April,  Darci, Christina & Natasha. I missed this whilst the girls took a break over the Summer and I'm ready to jump back in!

1// It's amazing how much more productive I am when I don't have daytime television on. This morning I randomly chose to have music on instead of the TV and I've gotten so much accomplished. I even vacuumed behind the sofa.. See, I told you productive...

2// Each day I think I am growing to love being a stay at home Mum more. I've had several moments this past week where I've stopped and just been in awe of how lucky I am and how much I love my children. Soppy? Yes but it's the truth..

3// Last weekend I took some photos at the 1st birthday party of my friends daughter. Whilst doing it I realised how much I love photography and how I don't just want to keep it as a hobby. I still have a lot to learn and I need to practice practice practice but it doesn't hurt to have a goal to work towards :)

4// I realised the other day how close Christmas is! James has two weeks at school before half term and then after that their next holiday will be the Christmas break. I need to start shopping for their presents! I have no idea what to get for James.. Last year he got a new bike, how can I top that!? 

5// Molly.. Lets just say she is definitely a border collie.. This puppy has so much energy! She gets what I call the zoomies, where she goes crazy for about an hour and just runs through the house to the garden, back to the house & back to the garden. I wish I had her energy.. 

Hope everyone has a great weekend! 

1 comment

  1. Love your post....those ladybird pyjamas are just too cute (obviously made all the cuter by that beautiful face!)...so good hearing about your love of photography! [Dare I ask how NaNoWriMo preps are going??]


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