this dress was the inspiration behind my friday focus post on H&M – worn at the soonest opportunity. she’s been playing with the fringing ALL DAY…. and she’s really grown to love her new metallic hi tops, she’s so proud of herself when she manages to put them on and take them off herself….
I knew. I asked. I NEEDED to know. Both times. Continue reading
Friday 3rd October is Buy British Day, so instead of focussing on one particular brand, I decided I would feature a few different brands who fall under the Buy British banner! Continue reading
I can’t believe it is autumn already. Some days are still so warm and my children are still managing to wear some of their summer clothes.
Animal prints are *everywhere* this autumn/winter season. They have been for a couple of years, but there seems to have been an explosion of them recently. This can be good (i.e. on kids, it’s mega cute) but this has been bad (i.e. on adult christmas style jumpers – these are Never Good and Not Cute).
Ugh, it’s Friday. TFIF. This week has been a bit of an up and down one in the LKS house, with stuff that I wouldn’t dare bore you with, otherwise you’d never come back to visit me. And I can’t have that, so I won’t go into any more detail other than to say TFIF and this week is over 🙂
I needed a bit of self love on Thursday afternoon (no sniggering in the back!), plus the kids needed new shoes, so off we went to
my happy place bluewater (again). I’m sure any other parent will appreciate the sheer unbridled joy of a free parent and child space right next to one of your favourite shops, so straight into John Lewis we went.
remember in this post where I mentioned that my husband had dressed our daughter in a fluoro orange top, rainbow leggings and red shoes?
Today’s #throwbackthursday is back to that very outfit – it needs to be seen to be believed…..
I absolutely adore my children. They are funny, spirited (yes, they’re *those* sorts of kids….), humorous, and affectionate (oh, so very affectionate, it’s quite endearing if slightly inappropriate at some points – my son’s open mouthed kisses, for instance….).
But FARK ME they are expensive little buggers.
A lovely day here today – I made sure I offset the boringness of an epic supermarket shop with a trip to the playground on our estate. Coco and Otis are looking forward to the schools going back – not because they’re old enough to go, but because they get their normal play areas and haunts back again from the big kids! And I’ll admit I’m secretly looking forward to it too.
One of the hazards of the job of being a mum to a 1yo is lack of sleep due to night wakings. I’ve been blessed with two *relatively* good sleepers, so when one has a bad night! it’s a bit of a shock to the system.
Last night was one of those nights.