This week has been a lovely week. The twins have been settled and we have had a good week. My mood has certainly improved and I am feeling like myself again.
Here is our week in pictures...
Monday 6th October 2014
Monday was a usual sort of Monday. I got caught up on jobs after the weekend. I love seeing how the twins are changing the way that they play. They have started doing a lot of role play together. I love watching and listening to the when they don't know that I am there. In this picture they were both in Isabella's bed and Taylor was poorly so Isabella was taking his temperature with a bath thermometer.
Tuesday 7th October 2014
Not a lot happened, in fact it was that non eventful I cannot remember what we did. I took this picture as Joseph was going to school. He has really grown up these last few months and I have had to accept that he is growing up. He now walks to and from school on his own. My boy is growing up way too quickly!
Wednesday 8th October 2014
Wednesday was such a grotty day. so to make the day a bit more exciting for the twins I turned lunch time into a carpet picnic! They loved it and ate so much!
Thursday 9th October 2014
During Thursday morning I went outside with my camera to look at how the garden is changing now that autumn has arrived. We have got some beautiful tall sunflowers down the bottom of the garden. However on Wednesday we had some high winds which have given them a battering. I was disappointed to find that a lot of them hadn't withstood the winds and were drooping over.
Friday 10th October 2014
Friday was yet another dull, wet day. However out of the dark days come beauty! We had a beautiful, bright, full rainbow over the back garden. The twins were fascinated by it.
Saturday 11th October 2014
Saturday was a family day. I wanted to spend the day doing things together as I am away Sunday until Monday. We didn't do much, we popped out for a bit and spent the afternoon at home, together.
Sunday 12th October 2014
Sunday was such a cold, foggy morning. When I walked down the garden to let the chickens out I noticed how pretty the garden looked, it was covered in dew drops. This gave me an ideal chance to get my camera and take some pictures. After an early lunch, thanks to my mum, the hubby drove me to catch my train down to Leatherhead, via Kings Cross and Vauxhall. I am feeling quite proud of myself. I got here with no hick ups, no problems or worries In fact I had forgotten how much I love the hustle and bustle of London!
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