January 21, 2018

Project 365 | Days 15 - 21

This year I'm attempting to complete 'Project 365' - I share these photos on my Twitter daily, and weekly I will be sharing a post with a number of photos combined as well as a few words giving them some context.

(15) Monday 15th January 2018
Not the best of starts to the day, or week for that matter!

(16) Tuesday 16th January 2018
Zoomed in a little, this is a portion of my view whilst I do the dishes at the kitchen sink. There's a sprinkling of snow high up on the hills (we didn't actually have any snow here) and the sky itself caught my eye leading to me head out and take this photo.

(17) Wednesday 17th January 2018
Tackling the teddies in order to change Alexander's bed - a weekly battle. He has somewhere between 20 - 30 stuffed toys, in various sizes, sitting on the end of his bed. I think taking them on & off is more time consuming than changing the bedsheets!

(18) Thursday 18th January 2018
I captured this skyscape early in the morning, before we'd even had breakfast. Blue skies & sunshine were a much needed pick me up today.

(19) Friday 19th January 2018
Some morning reading time with Alexander.

(20) Saturday 20th January 2018
A home(y) day with some family visits. I didn't take many photos today, but I did take this one of my handsome boy.

(21) Sunday 21st January 2018
I do love a board game, and today I introduced Alexander to 'Snakes & Ladders' - he really enjoyed it, and grasped the concept quite quickly.
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  1. ...morning reading time with Alexander is time well spent.

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    1. Quite agreed - some of my favourite time too :-)

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  2. The stuffies on the bed are the bane of my existence too! My eldest has a lot, but my youngest doesn't, so it's only a struggle for one bed!
    ~Jess
    #MMBC

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  3. Fab photos! I am constantly fighting a battle with stuffed toys on my youngest girls bed. #MMBC

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    1. So many!!! Now I see why my mum used to tell us to keep ours on top of the wardrobe when younger. Haha!

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  4. Reading to a child is a wonderful shared experience. I love being read to when younger and then found I loved reading to little ones. It's a win win #MMBC

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    1. Carol, I'm a total bookworm myself and so reading with my son is some of my favourite time within each day - you're quite right, a wonderful shared experience.

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  5. Awwwh great photos. I think I'd be more likely to wash the dishes if I had that lovely view to look at :)

    Jas xo // Jas Poole Blog

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