Happy Days: Daddy's Home

"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."

Welcome to Happy Days! Katy and I host this linky with the purpose of inspiring you to make the most of each day, no matter what you've been up to, and to find happiness in every day.

January has whizzed by in such a rush and blur of swimming lessons, school runs and days out, so I'm really glad that I do this weekly post. I would struggle to remember the things we do otherwise! Has January gone as quickly for you? 

As we wave goodbye to the first month of the year here is a little look at what has made me happy this week:

- Little N having a blast at his friend's birthday party at a soft play centre on Saturday.

- Catching up with family at my Nana's 75th birthday lunch on Sunday.

- Picking up a gorgeous bunch of gypsophila, it's so pretty and wintery. The little buds look like tiny snowballs. 

- Making time for myself to read - I have just finished reading Disclaimer by Renee Knight. It had a bit of a slow start but I was gripped by the end and it has a shocking twist.

- Taking the boys to choose some library books, and choosing a book for myself! It's knitting book and I borrowed a magazine as well.

- Little N's face when he finally got the vampire Minion in his KinderEgg. I can't tell you how many of these eggs we have got through trying to get this one!

- And the thing that has made us all happiest this week is Ian returning home from his work trip to the US! We've all really missed him so it's great to have him home again.

Over to you...

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9 comments

  1. Oh I am glad hubby is home huni, it is so hard when they are away isn't it/ Have a lovely weekend and thanks for hosting xx

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  2. Sounds like a lovely week - can't belive you have found a vampire minion my nephew has been after that one for months too! Those flowers are stunning! Thanks for hosting. Xx

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  3. Glad that Ian is back home and you are enjoying time together as a family - my hubby is away all of next week on a work trip so I can definitely sympathise! Love that you've managed to have some time for reading and glad Little N enjoyed his friend's birthday party. Thanks for hosting :-)

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  4. Sounds like a lovely week - and you'll have plenty to catch up with with each other! Gorgeous photo too x #happydays

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  5. Yay to hubby coming home and how lovely to have found some time to read - it's so relaxing, isn't it? xx

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  6. Sounds like a great week, especially the hubby coming home. Hope you have a great week x

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  7. Lovely to hear your hubby is home! I just bought The Disclaimer today so glad to hear you enjoyed it :) Thanks for hosting #HappyDays
    Debbie

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  8. January has flown hasn't it? I need to make for time to read magazines, I have a build up where I never make the time, I need to schedule half an hour a day, life is so busy, fun but busy x

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  9. I haven't been to the library - we'll have to have a date there! x

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