The count down to move day has begun. We have 10 days to go. As such things are all over the place as Keith is working away till just a few days before and I am trying to juggle sorting the house without the kids getting fed up of my dusting and deep cleaning games. Can’t blame them as even I am bored of it! Here is our week.

As we are moving soon we are spending as much time as possible with our wee gang of pals. Danny on the right here is just 10 days older than Aiden and I met him and his Mum when the boys were just a few weeks old at breastfeeding support group. January on the left we met when her family moved to Scotland from Ireland two years ago. In a strange twist of fate they moved back home to Ireland this week, 10 days before we leave too. Hopefully we all stay in touch and get to visit each other as I will miss my Mum pals and their wee ones so much.

Aiden has always been so so into books that it is lovely to see his sister finally showing an interest too.

Faye is absolutely besotted with her big brother. Aiden is erm, less interested in all the hugs and kisses she showers him with!

Bit of a cheat one as my sister took this photo as she is on holiday with my folks and knew I would like it. I love it so much I had to include it.

It has been so lovely and warm her recently so we popped the park and Faye was in her element as she got to climb. She absolutely loves heights and laughs like mad when Aiden tells her to get down!

Anyone else watch Lego Master’s?  We watched it on catchup so Aiden could see it. We were so impressed with the chairs they built this week that we made our own ftom Duplo (Faye was helping and we didn’t want any Lego to be chocked on!) It was only just strong enough for Teddy to sit on.

Aiden got gifted this fab chain mail from January as she us moving back to Ireland.  He could not have been happier as it completes his outfit, already owning a handmade sword from Daddy and a shield from Grandad.




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7 thoughts on “Project 365 – Week 34”

  1. I find Spud is more adventurous in the park then her big sister and is happy to climb and slide.
    Gosh busy busy, it is stressful enough with no children underfoot, so well done brave woman. Shame the three of you are splitting up and each of you will need to find new people.
    Brilliant duplo chair, glad teddy seems to like it.
    Look forward to seeing new pictures of Oban, we are maybe heading up there sometime in the next 2 weeks depending on DD2’s FIL.
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