21 February 2013

Reasons to be happy


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My reasons to be happy

We had a lovely half term and managed to do so much during the week; baking, days out, theatre, cinema etc. The Mini Mes have settled back into the school routine well without any issues and have been cracking on with spellings, reading and homework without fussing either!

We had a lovely meal out on Monday to celebrate my dad turning 54 and the Mini Mes were complimented on their good behaviour - proud mummy alert! We also had a lovely meal out last night but as a farewell gathering for my brother and his fiancee before they move to Liverpool (her home town) to live. They will be missed but they are only a few hours away thankfully.

Minxy started swimming a few weeks ago and I am really pleased by her progress. I'm quite fearful of water and I don't want her or Jamster to be like that so it's lovely to see her confidence building. Jamster will be starting lessons after the Easter break.

What reasons to you have to be cheerful this week?


Reasons to be Cheerful at Mummy from the Heart

7 comments :

  1. What a fun, family half term! You ooze pride for your little ones. A lovely post :)

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  2. Always nice when people say how good your kids are (mine often pull it out of the bag if we are out but are terrors at home!)

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  3. I'm cheerful because it has finally stopped raining and I feel as though, despite the cold - Spring is on it's way.

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  4. Fab reasons to be cheerful! x

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  5. Glad you had a lovely half term, it's great to be able to spend some time together without rushing about!

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