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16 February 2013

Our week that was... Sledging, pink pancakes and the Gruffalo (Project 365)


Sunday we spent the morning doing crafts including Chinese lanterns and in the afternoon we had a long walk around the reservoir in the rain and fed the ducks before a play at the park.


Monday we saw Wreck it Ralph, had a Subways lunch and then spent the afternoon sledging in the fresh snow.


We made some pretty pink pancakes on Tuesday and Wednesday after visiting a friend we went to the theatre to see The Gruffalo's Child.


 Thursday was Valentine's Day and I received these lovely things from my Mr... late in the evening however, I think he felt guilty!


Friday we  received a huge bundle of Easter goodies to review and Jamster was particularly eager to taste the cute Smarties animals.



Saturday I had my hair cut. It's quite different from my usual look so I'm a little unsure whether I like it yet.

What did you get up to this week?

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TheBoyandMe's 365 Linky
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9 comments

  1. Sounds like a fab week! Yay for the gruffalo! We love the Gruffalo in this house, hehe. x

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  2. Some great pics - pink pancakes look interesting!

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  3. Loving the Chinese lanterns and the pink pancakes. We've got some Easter eggs to review - feels weird to be eating them now.

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  4. love the Chinese lanterns! and your hear looks lovely x

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  5. Pink pancakes what a good idea! Smarties chocolate looks tasty, I'll keep a look out for them for our Easter egg hunt on our farm.

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  6. it looks like you were spoilt on V's day! how lovely. i think your hair looks really nice - so long too. pink pancakes are a bit different to the norm too. and i am jealous of your trip to see the Gruffalo x

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  7. You look so glamourous!! I am very jealous but your hair looks lovely! Pink pancakes! They look amazing and such a cool idea

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  8. You look so glamorous in that last photo, gorgeous hair! How was The Gruffalo's Child? We saw some of The Gruffalo at LolliBop last year and I was completely thrown how it was an alternative production.

    Thanks for linking up.

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  9. Your hair looks brilliant - hope you're more used to it now x

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