-We visited the London Museum yesterday - really good day out, my boys esp the eldest loved it! We visited Daddy at work, my youngest was very disappointed that Daddy works with boring computers and not on a train like he had convinced himself!
-We had a wonderful trip to the O2 on Saturday with friends to see Disney On ice. I have seen a few of the Disney on ice shows and have to say this one was my least favourite. But it was still great.
-I am really enjoying getting and making bits for the advent swap.
I need about 5 more things and i'll be ready to wrap and pack.
-My eldest little boy officially become a cub last week and we also had a visit to the lovely Cressing Temple where he recieved his Bronze award - the highest award you can get in Beaver scouts.
I am loving the idea of the half term homework - to recieve his home help badge he has to make his bed everyday, cook a meal, lay the table and wash up, wash and iron his cub scarf, tidy the living room, sew on a badge and keep his room tidy!! now that sounds like my kind of homework.....
-Not too long now until Halloween..this year i have decided to have a big party. Unfortunately it won't be too big as most people are away, can't get babysitters etc...but it should still be lots of fun. I'm dressing up as Malice in Horrorland. Theres going to be games, dancing and lots of alcohol!!
I'll show you some piccies after the event.
My lovely kitchen - oh well at least it will look scary for the halloween party!
My online shop is now set up with lots of ideas for christmas presents..you can browse through areas by clicking on the sidebar links..such as books/children/hangings etc
I am also selling little tree hangings like these 80p each plus 40p p&p
Just email me at email@example.com if you want one or two.
We took a visit to the Innocent 5 for 5 cafe in London.
A restaurant set up for 1 week was the brainchild of the people behind Innocent drinks, offering a changing menu of starters, mains and puds that provided the recommended five-a-day portions of fruit and veg. For five pounds, you got to choose two courses from the menu, which had been devised by chef Gizzi Erskine.