Sunday, 8 February 2015

Project 365 | 2015 | Week Six

So, I'm taking part in Project 365 this year.
A photo a day, every day, for a year.

I think it's a fab way to document my week and look back on my year at the end.

Are you joining me?

Week Six
February 1-7

Day thirty two - I've been trying out the Garnier Perfect Blur primer this week.

Day thirty three - Taylor had his first foods today, fingers of toast and banana. He LOVES food already!! We're baby led weaning and so far it's going well!

Day thirty four - So we had a very busy day today - starting solids and started rolling over!

Day thirty five - My job involves making resources for early years setting, here are some of the resources I was making this week.

Day thirty six - Having fun with the shiny, noisy paper at the Children's Centre.

Day thirty seven - Cheeky selfie! ;)

Day thirty eight - I didn't take this picture today as I had a sickness bug so just picked another from during the week, of Taylor and I having cuddles.

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  1. Yay to BLW. Hope Taylor gets on brilliantly with it. We loved it.

  2. I think I've said before how much I love those milestone cards, what a great way to record firsts. Sounds like a good week :)

  3. Reaching milestones are always amazing and fun! #magicmoments

  4. Wow! Starting solids and rolling over in one day! Fantastic!
    What lovely photos!

  5. Woweee two milestones in one week and in the same day!! Lovely photos, taking pictures is such a great way of remembering memories! Thanks for linking up #MummyMonday xx

  6. what a lovely week! .. that cheeky selfie is so nice honey!
    Thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments

  7. Really pretty pictures, I wish I could remember to do the one a day thing! #MagicMoments


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