Thursday, 24 July 2014

Tuna and Cheese Pastry Melts Recipe

My kids are inpatient when it comes to food, they want it ready yesterday, so I am always trying to come up with recipes that are quick to make.

Ready rolled puff pastry is my new best friend. I never realised just how many different things I could make with it and the bonus, it doesn't cost the earth!!

A couple of weeks ago I made a large cheese and vegetable pizza, then I progressed to pizza wheels, this week I decided to experiment.

It was a case of what ingredients I could find in my fridge I used, the final result, tuna and cheese pastry melts.

tuna and cheese pastry melts

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Time To Get My Running Shoes On

At the beginning of the month I shared a post with you that contained tips from myself and sports on how to begin running.

I was lucky enough to be sent some running gear and since that last post, I have started to get myself back into some sort of fitness routine.

nike running gear

#100daysofplay With Chad Valley

I was recently lucky enough to be sent a couple of items from Chad Valley. These were given to us so that we could join in with their #100daysofplay.

We received the Chad Valley Road Adventure Pool which is worth £29.99 and a bag of multi-coloured balls which would be suitable to put in the pool or in a ball pit.

chad valley #100daysofplay

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

J is for ….. Jenga

The letter J, what could it possibly stand for?? Jelly, jumping, jacket, juice, jewel, so many possibilities.

I finally settled on one of our favourite games.

So this weeks alphabet project photo stands for Jenga.


Monday, 21 July 2014

Read With Me #29

Welcome to this weeks Read With Me. How many of you have had a chance to sit down and curl up with a good book recently?? I know I did.

read with me
So what can I recommend to you this week? Well I've read quite a few books Walking Disaster by Jamie Mcguire, Asher by Jo Raven and Sweet Destruction by Paige Weaver but my favourite was a book by an author I'd never tried before.

Beatless by Amber L Johnson is  a coming of age story told from 2 POV, Mallory and her Aunt Sam, whilst we see Mal's story first hand, we get Aunt Sams thoughts through the letters she writes to her niece. A very inspiring read!!

And what brilliant recommendations from all that linked up. A firm favourite with many of you including Beth from Plastic Rosaries was Judas Scar by Amanda Jennings. Marriage struggles mixed with a thrilling edge, you might not expect what you find yourself reading!!

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Project 365 Days 194 - 200

Another busy week filled with school trips, leavers parties, school discos and potty training. This has meant lots of pretty dresses being worn and a lot of washing too.

We decided to join in with Dry Like Me's #pottytrainlive this week and I have been super impressed with how quickly Layla has picked things up. Ok there have been quite a few accidents but there have been just as many successes on the potty, she definitely isn't a baby any more.

Friday was Gracie's leavers party at playschool and I had to fight back the tears, still can't believe she starts primary school in September.

And now the Summer holidays start, yay!!

Now on to this weeks project 365…

Day 194

A lazy Sunday morning watching TV in mum and dads bed.


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