2014 · 30 Day Music Challenge · 365 Project · Life

365 Project 2014, Week 27


185ju Caramel Croissant Pudding. It is amazing.

186juWorking off that pudding from last night!!

187julBeing good this week – determined to get fit and lose some weight at last.

188julOne minute he was playing and the next…

189julLet’s not talk about today. It sucked.

190julTori went off on her school trip today and Arthur was very sad to be left behind so I decided to redeem his Free Play voucher at Wacky Warehouse and have a Mummy & Arthur morning. He had the place to himself for a while and then someone from his class at preschool came so they had a good play. We stayed for almost four hours and had lunch there too – it was great to see how confidently he played on his own as he can be very clingy and nervy when Tori is around. She is definitely in charge and he is a bit lost without her sometimes.

191julWe have had these kicking around for ages and the Smalls have played with them imaginatively a few times but this was the first time we all sat down to properly play the game. They played quite nicely for a couple of rounds before Arthur got bored and wandered off to do something else – it’s nice to have them at an age where they understand turn-taking and can play games together.

 

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14 thoughts on “365 Project 2014, Week 27

  1. The plug?!! I won’t ask 😉 How lovely to be able to spend 4 hours at soft play – you have better staying power than me! So nice to have some 1:1 time with your boy though. 🙂

  2. That caramel croissant pudding, oh my ! I need to make that ASAP, and then hit the gym straight after like you too lol I love that !

  3. How do you find Bokwa? I went for a few weeks but the group was already quite clique and advanced people were at the beginners group, making it all to intimidating for me!

    1. I quite enjoy it – I was the only total beginner starting when I did but there are a couple of people who aren’t super fit and do a relaxed simple version so I don’t feel too bad when I have no idea what it going on and just stand there bouncing and looking confused. The instructor is really nice too which helps – she makes sure everyone is okay not just people she knows. It’s inly a small group though – maybe 8 or 9 people there each week.

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