Sunday Sunshine

Hello everyone, how are you doing? What a nice weekend we had here! Bristol on Saturday (see previous post) and a sunny, spring-like, family day on Sunday, wandering around, blowing bubbles and playing in the sand. Perfecto. And I finally felt like taking a few pictures again too - yay!

And look at my daughter - I think she has seen so many triangles, she is wearing them too! I very much approve of course. That’s a boy’s H&M hoodie, which I was thinking of getting for myself, but then thought I should get it for Maisie, not me! And she wears it all the time. She was very tired yesterday, having been to a sleepover the night before and not going to sleep until after 4am. I have a feeling she’s going to enjoy a bit of a party when she’s older.....uh-oh!


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  1. Hi Kerry, lovely pics! It was a lovely weekend weather wise wasn't it? You could almost feel summer on its way :-) Have a good week x

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    1. I know, I love that hopeful feeling when you know it’s on its way! Hope you had a lovely one too x

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  2. H&M boys hoodie - right I'm off to look! We went walking in the Spring sunshine yesterday too, it was so lovely! x

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    1. Ha, yes, I reckon there might still be a few left - possibly on sale now, as we got it a couple of months ago. Glad you got out in the sunshine too Jen x

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  3. Such beautiful pictures! The one with the bubbles made me smile :) And how lucky are you to have that spring-time weather over there already!

    I'm trying to convince my daughter to go out, too, cause the weather here today is lovely. Still some ice & snow left, but bright and sunny. There's just the matter of getting dressed before going, I'm so looking forward to the days when just a sweater or a pull-over will do... Bertie's look is so cute!

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    1. Oh thank you Mirva :) Yes, we seem to be having a nice spell of weather - long may it last! i hope you and your daughter get to go out and enjoy some sunshine x

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    1. Hi Gemma, thank you :) I know, I still at aged 33 find it odd, our conflicting seasons! x

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  5. Your photos are stunning! Sounds like a lovely weekend...

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    1. Thank you so much! I hope yours was lovely too x

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  6. Beautiful photos! Spring is finally here...I hope :) have a lovely week x

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    1. Thanks Andrea. Let’s hope so! I hope it is where you are too :) x

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  7. Yayyyyyy, sunshine : ) It's been making me very happy.
    Lovely pics as always x

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    1. Thank you :) Yes, I feel so much better for seeing the sun - even if I don’t go out, it’s still nice to know it’s there! Have a lovely week x

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  8. Gorgeous, Kerry! Love that shot of Maisie... and Bertie and your fella look so cute together in their stripes :) xx

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    1. Thanks Claire :) I think everything my husband owns has stripes on it! Bertie too actually! xx

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  9. Sunshine, bubbles, and little feet... perfect! Was just thinking that Maisie's hoodie was very you!

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    1. Yes, it was a good day! Ha, yes, I love the hoodie, but think I’m past the hoodie stage of life now, so I’ll leave it to Maisie! xx

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  10. Those trees look like they are painted camo!

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    1. Ha, you’re right, they do!

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  11. Love these! Lydia still buys boy's hoodies at H&M. In fact, I just bought a men's t-shirt last week...

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    1. Yes, and why not. Not long ago, Maisie wouldn’t entertain the idea of wearing boys clothes, but now, she’s very cool with it!

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  12. Bertie is becoming sooo big! And the cutest of the cute! I am biased though - A) He's a little boy with long blonde hair & B) He's your Bertie! ;) xxx

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    1. He’s had a mega growth spurt lately! Aaaw, thanks ;) x

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  13. Beautiful pictures and such a lovely family, I wish I could meet you at the park :)
    Florina is planning a pyjama party for her 11th birthday, which I think is a fun idea, and yesterday she asked if they could have a sleepless night, of course I said no way, but then she negociated: 4 am? 3 am? 2 am? So I have a question for you: are you upset as a parent when you hear that your child barely slept at a sleepover, or you just expect it and it's "part of the deal" in a way? And wouldn't it be a killjoy to go to a sleepover with parents sending you to bed early? Do you think there must be a limit, though?
    Ah sorry there's so many questions here!

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    1. Hi Annabelle, sorry for the late reply! It’s a tricky one really. I think you just have to expect that they’re not going to get the sleep they usually would! It’s too exciting for them. Maisie has been and had several sleepovers now, and she is always one of the worst for not sleeping! She always goes to bed very early the next night! I think they generally go to bed and then the parents have to keep going in to tell them to be quiet! That’s what usually happens. Eventually they give in! But it’s always pretty late! x

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    2. Thanks for your answer Kerry! Yes, I'm expecting a late night... ;)
      Have a good day!

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  14. Fantastic photos collection, there are some mind blowing shot. Thanks a lot for sharing !!

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    1. Oh thank you for your lovely comment :)

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  15. Sunny Wednesday greetings from Finland, where I just had the third sunny nap on my balcony of this year. Warm days coming, even though there is still a lot of snow to be melt.

    What is she reading? Greetings from my book pages to hers. And to you!

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    1. Hi Anna, thank you for your comment. A sunny nap on your balcony sounds wonderful! So nice to feel a hint of warm sunshine. She is reading ‘Candyfloss’ by here favourite author, Jacqueline Wilson. Greeting back and thank you for visiting :)

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  16. oh a teenager partying - uh-oh indeed. My tape arrived today! Love it! Hopefully the other package arrives tomorrow x

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    1. I know! Fingers crossed for that other package Jodi - keep me posted x

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  17. Finally I've got round to buying some of your cracking tape and a drop postcard! Can't wait to get sticking!

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  18. loving all the stripes in this! x

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    1. Ha, there are always stripes to be seen in our household!

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  19. That is the cutest kid, and what beautiful photos! Loving you blog!

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  20. Hiya, I see that you make prints. I was wondering how do you do this? My boyfriend is a photographer and wants to make greeting cards and larger prints. Do you use a website or do it yourself?
    Thank you, keep up the amazing work!x

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    1. Hello, thank you, yes I do. I outsource the printing of my postcards but print my prints at home as I have a quite a professional A3 printer. Hope this helps!

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  21. I've just read all the way through your blog. I love it, very inspiring.
    And I love reading about your family/life, adorable.
    x

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    1. Wow, Hannah, that’s a lot of posts! Thank you, I am very happy you like my blog :)

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  22. So so beautiful! We actually this kind of day here today. Yay! Hopefully I haven't missed it but.. Happy Mother's Day to you Kerry! Hope it was wonderful..

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    1. Thanks Chantale. Pleased to hear oyu’ve had some lovely weather where you are. Happy Mother’s Day to you too! x

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