23.3.14

Our Week.

My creation
Highlights this week. Typical British family eating ice lollies in the garden. A full potty sticker chart! St Patrick's Day rainbow fun. Colourful baths. A run, park trip and visit to Grandma's, resulting in my biggest baby falling asleep in my arms at dinner. Sweet brother moments. Meeting the adorable one-week-old Thomas, my ovaries are screaming. Odd socks in honour of the wonderful Matthew, for World Down Syndrome Day. Purple and green pancakes. Practising on the big boy bike, and mastering hills. A freezing cold football session (not pictured) where both my boys did amazingly and listened so well! Matching leather jackets. I am so blessed. 

1.  What are the top 3 things you can’t go a day without doing?
Brushing my teeth, kissing my kiddos and checking my social media. I tried, I really did, but I just had to, at least once! I definitely did better this weekend than usual, and I'm trying to write up my 'notes' lists onto paper so I don't have that as an excuse to be picking up my phone. 

2.  What are 3 things that scare you the most?
Losing someone I love, heights and moths. Ridiculous, I know. I blame my Mama. 

3.  What are 3 places you want to see before you kick the bucket?
NYC, Egypt and Hawaii. They're my top three. 

4.  What are 3 movies you’ll always love?
The Lion King, and Harry Potter. I know, that's cheating.

5.  What are your 3 favorite current songs?
I'm on a real country kick right now, so Dixiee Chicks - Goodbye Earl, Lady Antebellum - Need You Now and (not country, but OB-SESSED) Adelle - Someone Like You. I have a really broad taste in music, I don't think there's a single genre I don't like. 

Linking up for the Sunday Social, just because it seems like fun! 

Bee. 

3 comments:

  1. Goodbye Earl is such a fun song karaoke to! Stopping by from the Social! :)

    Lindi
    Sweet Southern Sparkle
    www.sweetsouthernsparkle.blogspot.com

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  2. Every time I see that red tablecloth it makes me smile! Heights are my nemesis.

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  3. I'm irrationally afraid of moths too... you are not alone!

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