This week has been a homey one. Sometimes we just need a week like that don’t we? A little back to basics, and I’ve managed to organise a few ‘problem areas’ in the house that I’ve been meaning to do for ages. We started renovating our house two years ago now, and we really need to finish it off completely. There is no valid excuse any more (not that there ever has been). The three of us hit IKEA yesterday to get a few bits which was good fun.
We spent a morning in the woods on Monday – they both loved it, particularly Ru, and Win really enjoyed his two days at nursery. He never wants to come home, which makes me happy and sad!
Maybe I should give up on this section? Not a lot other than Women’s Health magazine. It’s so inspiring though. I also loved a blog post by Rachel from The Ordinary Lovely entitled ‘The Importance of Being Lazy’. I’ve met super lovely Rachel a couple of times and it’s a post I could really relate to.
The Great British Bake Off final. I’ve missed 3 or 4 weeks along the way but I have always loved Nadiya, so I was pleased when she triumphed. How amazing was Tamal’s show stopper though – seriously spectacular!
Oh goodness me. I’ve had a cheesy week – Boys II Men, Justin Timberlake, Ed Sheeran, Whitney Houston, The Saturdays…anything that promotes kitchen dancing really.
I’ve been working on a little upcycling project this week – it’s not quite done yet, but it’s going to look very different from this…
I also made this very simple allium garland and hung it in our lounge. I absolutely love it! They’re like oversized baubles.
I rediscovered an oversized wool camel coat I have this week and it is so warm. I will probably be wearing it in all picture from now on! My mum bought me a dress when I was pregnant with Win to look forward to wearing after having him, then I carried on the tradition after Ru. This week I bought a new dress from Atterley Road to look forward to wearing after this baby. I love the peter pan collar.
Ru and I planned on walking into town one very rainy morning, but we didn’t end up leaving our cul-de-sac. There were far too many puddles and he spent about an hour splashing around. It came to an end when he started dipping his head in (!)…followed by a hot bubble bath and a nap. Absolutely drenched.
#LittleLoves is a chance to remember all the things that made up your week. Linking up with Morgana.