Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Mummy’s Little Devil! Happy Halloween Everyone! :-)


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Thomas playing with his new iPhone (the Early Learning Centre version!) :-)


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Pizza face during his 1st birthday lunch at Pizza Hut :-)


Happy 1st Birthday Thomas (and Country Kids!)

Today is Thomas’ 1st Birthday. I can’t believe how fast a year has gone by. It just seems like 5 minutes ago he was a tiny little baby all cuddled up in my arms. He is now a bright happy inquisitive little boy who enjoys exploring the world.

This weekend is also the 1st birthday of the Country Kids linky run by Fiona at Coombe Mill. Thomas and I have tried to take part in it as many times as we can but work and the British weather have got in the way over the last month or two. However we were determined not to miss this one so with the weather on our side, we have just come back from a trip to the park with Thomas on his new Smart Trike. We both enjoyed our walk, seeing lots of dogs, going on the swings and enjoying the autumn colour. Happy 1st birthday Country Kids. We hope to take part for many years to come :-)


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Exhausted after a busy weekend


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Tomorrow is Thomas’ 1st birthday so yesterday we how two birthday parties to celebrate. One was for his NCT toddler and baby friends and the other was for our friends and family. I basically spent all of Friday preparing for it. Saturday was spent opening presents, blowing out the candles on 2 birthday cakes, seeing lots of people and playing with new toys



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Today, Thomas has played with a torch and learnt that the best way to get shapes into a shape sorter is to get the lid off! :-)


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When I first started Project 366, I never thought it would have an effect on Thomas. However when I collected Thomas from nursery this evening, his key carer told me that she had tried to take a photo of him reading, he noticed the camera and instantly posed for her. She tried again but the same thing happened. I think Thomas has got so used to seeing a camera now, he instantly smiles and is comfortable seeing them. I think Thomas gets this from me as when I was a child, if a camera was out I used to run in front of it and do crazy things just to get the attention on me. Like mother, like son! Here is Thomas posing for the camera after he came back from nursery :-)


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Milky chin


Halloween Me!

Jenny at Mummy Mishaps has challenged us to find out what we would look like as a Halloween version of ourselves using the tools on PicMonkey. Here is me. Boo! :-)

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