This week has seen me start to read #GIRLBOSS having noticed that a couple of fellow bloggers recommended it. I've only got as far as chapter three so far but I have been reading it and enjoying it. I have been trying to read a chapter a night before bed but some days has seen me so exhausted that I almost collapse with exhaustion.
As you can see that’s not the only book on my bedside table I love Usborne’s Entertaining and Educating Babies and Toddlers too for ideas and it has a helpful section on each age range at the back. Fearne Cotton’s Happy also looked like a great recommendation so I picked it up while at the local supermarket and the National Trust’s book 50 Things to do Before you’re 11 ¾ sounds a great challenge.
As always the girls are keeping me occupied and it’s lovely to see them having some peaceful naps during the day. I leave the bedroom door open to the girls’ bedroom while youngest sleeps and peer over the staircase so as not to wake her being greeted with this view.
Ok so I've yet to technically listen to Aby’s live chats as my laptop is not up to listening to them! However, I've been following her course and done a fair bit of the things she has mentioned.
We've been continuing to have fun in the garden this week and I hung up a few of my scarves for the girls to play with. I love this action shot of eldest running through them. It’s not easy photoing little ones but among several takes there’s usually one or more that sum up the fun.
I've been trying desperately to keep the hats on the babies heads while out and about in the countryside but alas they have other ideas. Over the weekend there was warm sunshine and a cool breeze leading to a little confusion as to what was best to wear.
Thank you to all my readers for continuing to read my blog and say lovely encouraging comments about it. Happy Easter everyone, may this time be full to the brim with lovely goodies whether they be experiences or your favourite products. Go indulge yourselves. x