Saturday 30 August 2014

Project 365 Days 236 - 242

So this week has been a rather rubbish one.

Lots of rain has meant us being stuck indoors.

It has also been the final week of living in the place that we have known as home for the past 9 years.

We've seen the final boxes being packed up and this morning saw us walking out of our front door for the last time.

The girls have still managed to keep a dreary week full of smiles though, just take a look at this weeks project 365 round up…

Day 236

We've been making jelly and of course the girls decided it would taste best coming straight from the big bowl ;)

Day 237

I found this lot 'making camp' on my bedroom floor.

Day 238

Smiles all round, certainly managed to cheer me up.

Day 239

Elise was at a friends house for a sleepover so we were a sister down. Meanwhile the other three were making the most of the rain stopping and eating outdoors.

Day 240

Daddy Hazelden was a bit naughty and photo bombed what could have been a lovely photo of the kids.

Day 241

The last night of watching TV in my bedroom, floor was obviously a comfy spot for some.

Day 242

I know this isn't a picture of my children and it may seem sad to some but I thought I would take a picture of our front door, it is like the end of an era walking out of it for the last time, a lot of memories have been made in this house!!!


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  1. I hope the move is going well - the pics of the girls made me smile too! Naughty Daddy Hazelden lol #365

  2. Naughty daddy! Tut, tut! Awe, it's very sad leaving somewhere you've called home for the last 9 yrs. I hope it wasn't too awful. The photo of the girls smiles is gorgeous......they are beautiful x #365

  3. naughty daddy! lol lol i am hoping your move is not to traumatic lovely and wish you all the love in the world for your new house

  4. The little camp photo is lovely. Hope you settle into your new home in no time x

  5. I hope you are settled into your new home soon. It is a sad day when you leave a house you've lived in for a long time.

  6. I hope the move went well; 9 years is a lot of boxes to pack up. Lovely set of photos, the last one is particular poignant.


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