Friday, 28 July 2017

Little Loves July

It is the end of July. School is out for the Summer, so it is time to relax and soak up some much needed family time and being the end of the month it must also be time for this months little loves, keep on reading to see some of what I've been reading, watching and making, be warned there seems to be a running thing to this post.....

Read

OK I've read quite a few books this month but none of them compare to reading 4 absolutely brilliant school reports. Could not be prouder of my girls, they continue to improve and it's nice to know that I have nothing to worry about as far as school is concerned.

school-reports


Watched

So two things I watched this month that had me feeling oh so emotional. Firstly my youngest's class celebration assembly. Watching pictures on a screen from when she started the school year to now and saying goodbye to a much loved teaching assistant. And then there was my eldest's year 6 leavers assembly. I knew I was going to cry, the pictures, the songs, the memories, and the she got an award for literacy. I still can't believe she is old enough to be going to secondary school in September.

leavers-assembly

Heard

This month I also watched my eldest daughter in her year 6 play, she had two parts, a presenter and a duet singing part. Listening to her sing was just wonderful because although I'm biased she really does have a beautiful voice but not only that she was just so confident, inspiring!

Made

Being the end of the school year I've been busy making gifts for teachers. I like things to be a bit more personalised and original but the other requirement is that they don't cost the earth to buy/make. The two ideas below were what my girls ended up handing out.

teacher-gifts

Wore

So this isn't what I wore but what my gorgeous first child wore to her year six prom, looking so much older than her 11 years.

prom

And lastly....


cheeky-smile

Today isn't just any day, it is my youngest daughter's birthday. I know she won't be reading this post (although maybe she will one day), but I still wanted to say happy birthday to her. I'm still left wondering just where the time is going.

9 comments:

  1. What gorgeous girls you have and its obvious how proud they make you. I love those teacher gifts, homemade things are such a lovely touch. Have a lovely weekend x #LittleLoves

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  2. Aww! What a great end to the school year! Those teachers gifts are just brilliant. I bet they loved them. Your girl looks beautiful in her dress for the prom. So grown up.
    Happy birthday to your youngest! I hope she had a great day.
    #PoCoLo

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  3. Love reading end of year reports. Your eldest girl looks beautiful! Happy Birthday you your youngest. Hope she has had an amazing day! #LittleLoves

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  4. What an emotional week for you! So many changes and things to be proud of. I hope you've soaked up every last little bit of it :) Have a great weekend x #LittleLoves

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  5. So much to be proud of in this post, your kiddies are gorgeous X #PoCoLo

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  6. What a lovely month for you and your girls! You must be so proud of them all. Happy birthday for yesterday to your little one. Have a great weekend x

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  7. You eldest girl looks beautiful, that dress is absolutely stunning. Oh gosh I'll be in bits when my eldest girl leaves school in a couple of years. Time is whizzing by! xx

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  8. What a lovely post. Hope you are now all enjoying the hols :)

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  9. Love that prom dress - and your littlest looks very happy with that ice cream too. Hope you're having a great summer - thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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