The week that was captured…#3 (Birthday week!)

It was my birthday week! Made incredibly more exciting than pretty much any other birthday in memory because every morning last week Little G would say: ‘Mummy, Thursday, your birthday, chocolate cake, balloons, dinosaurs, yey!‘…now who wouldn’t get excited about that? I will be blogging about the dinosaur experience later this week! Rhar!

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My birthday week (3rd – 9th March 2014)

1. Play-doh dinosaurs (Monday) // 2. Play date with Rosie in Hove Park (Monday) // 3. Meeting in Lewes and an upturn in the weather (Wednesday) // 4. ‘Gorilla’ art on the side of my friend’s gallery (opening in the North Laine in June…watch this space!) (Saturday) // 5. My Birthday! (with cake from my friend ‘cup-Kate’ as Little G calls her) (Thursday) // 6. Birthday brunch with fabulous girlfriends at Carluccios…I loved the Easter tree! (Saturday) // 7. Homemade eclairs by Granny and catching up with visiting family (Saturday) // 8. Cycling home along the seafront (Saturday) // 9. Fishing for worms! (Sunday)

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Jumping fun on my birthday with Little G at Hyde Park, London

This is my third week linking up with Hannah and Make, Do and Push! and ‘The Week That Was Captured’ – Happy snapping people!

And linking for the first time to Coombe Mill and #CountryKids as lots of outdoor time this week!

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

9 thoughts on “The week that was captured…#3 (Birthday week!)

  1. Welcome to Country Kids and thanks for linking up and sharing a week full of fun and birthday celebrations. That’s a pretty impressive jump in the last photo and I love the fishing for worms photo too!

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