Lovely Things July 2019

Lovely Things July 2019 - me at Mum and Dad's bbq

Welcome to July’s Lovely Things. Lovely Things is a regular feature I used to run on my blog that I decided to bring back for 2019. It’s a bit of a memory journal of all of the things that make me happy each month and a nice way to focus on gratitude too.

I’m a little bit late with this feature this month, the summer holidays are certainly keeping me busy and the end of the term is always a bit of a whirlwind too.

July saw another birthday – my mother-in-law’s 70th birthday. As well as a crazy heatwave and of course as I mentioned above the end of term.

Here are all of my lovely things from July:

  • Another heatwave and watching the children have lots of fun playing in the garden in the paddling pool
  • Watching Logan perform in his rock school concert. He only started going and having proper lessons a year ago, so he did fantastically!
Logan in his rock project t-shirt
  • Both of my children getting amazing reports, with their teachers saying fantastic things about them, I am so proud of them
  • Logan doing exceptionally well at his SATs
  • Aria’s ugly bug ball, which parents were invited to attend on her penultimate day of reception
Aria ugly bug ball
  • A barbecue at my parents house and a catch up with my sister and her family too
  • My mother-in-law’s 70th birthday and going up for the weekend to celebrate
Aria with her Nanna on her birthday
  • Aria finally having her obstetrician appointment to review her gait and posture and it being much better news than I expected
  • Aria getting her ears pierced. She was desperate to get them done and I was on the fence due to her age, but she didn’t cry and was delighted
Aria with her Nanna on her birthday
  • A trip to Paradise Wildlife park, which you can read all about on my Instagram page, but we went with my parents and cousins and had a really fantastic day
Logan and Aria at Paradise Wildlife Park with their cousins

That were my lovely things for July, what did you get up to?

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