Happy Days: Frosty February

"If you want to be happy, be."

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. It's where I share the little moments that have brought me joy. 

- Frosty mornings. I don't like being cold, but the frost over the garden in the mornings is so pretty.

- New make-up. Ian got me an amazing new foundation and concealer from Bobbi Brown for Christmas, but I have only recently started to use them. The foundation makes my skin look so luminescent and flawless without looking heavy. It is my new favourite, I love it even more than the Chanel Vitalumiere that I usually rave about! On Saturday I bought myself a new eyebrow pomade from Freedom, it's only £5 and it is fabulous! You can get the foundation here*, the concealer here* and the eyebrow pomade here*.

- Little N being chosen to show the other children what to do at football class. He has been going to his football classes since he was about 18 months old, and Ian tells me that he usually messes about. So it was amazing to hear how well he did and that he was picked out by the coach!

- Lunch with Ian and the boys at Starbucks on Sunday. We make an effort to go out somewhere each Sunday. Sometimes it's somewhere "proper" and sometimes it's simply a coffee shop. I love our Sundays.

- My first parents evening at Little N's preschool. It was his settling in review on Wednesday evening. I got to look at his learning journal which has photos from his first day, and more photos and descriptions from his time there so far. His keyworker said he has settled in so well and he looked so happy in the pictures.

- Having Ian home, he had been to Amsterdam for a client meeting. It was just one day and night, but it's still good to have him back!

- Messy play with Baby J. He still isn't used to going to toddler groups without his big brother, but we tried a messy play group yesterday and he had a lot of fun. He enjoyed playing with the sand pit, splashing the water, painting my arm (!), and he really loved the songs at the end.

- Spending time with my little brother. My little brother is actually 30 this year, so not so little! I don't see him often, but yesterday he had the day off work so came over to visit. We went out for lunch, had a coffee and a mooch about the shops, and did a lot of talking!

- Daffodils. The daffodils that I bought last week have been smelling amazing all week, I must find out what type they are as I have never known daffodils to smell so beautiful. They are past their best now, so I bought two bunches of standard daffodils today. They are just so bright and cheerful, I can't wait for the buds to bloom!

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12 comments

  1. Love the idea of going out every sunday for something to eat together. I love sundays they feel like they are made to be family days. I need to get some dafs all these pictures of peoples on instagram are making me feel like spring is nearly here! Have a good week! xx

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  2. What a great week huni, That foundation sounds awesome and it was great you got to spend time with your bro :) Have a lovely weekend huni xx

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  3. Great week. Good to hear N is happy at pre-school. That must be a weight off your mind :) Thanks for hosting #HappyDays
    Debbie

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  4. Lovely week:-) You always feel better when the kids are happy. I bet it was fab to catch up with your bro and have hubby back. Have a good Valentine's! xx Thanks for hosting x

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  5. Couple of proud moments for Little N. You must be very proud

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  6. Those daffodils are beautiful. Well done to Little N for being picked to show the others what to do in football class and for settling in so well at preschool. Glad Baby J enjoyed some messy play time and you enjoyed spending time with your brother. Hope you have a lovely weekend :-)

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  7. Sounds like a lovely week. I has been a lot colder hasn't it but it does make everything look so pretty. I am looking for a new foundation at the moment so will add that one to my list to have a look x

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  8. Sounds like you have had a lovely week. Thanks for hosting xx

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  9. I love spending time with my little brothers too, especially when you don't see them much it is special time I agree, well done little N I bet he was so proud xx

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  10. We try and do a 'family day' every Sunday as well, it's so nice to have that time all together. Your daffs sound lovely - I'm a big fan of daffodils at this time of year too - such a cheap way to brighten up the house!

    Glad Baby J enjoyed the messy play - my little one has never been a fan, though is gradually warming up to it these days. I dream of the day we can get the paints out and make a big mess!!

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  11. Right I need luminous skin so will be asking for that foundation haha!! Glad you had a good week xxx

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  12. I must go buy me some daffs! I keep holding out for someone to buy me flowers but I always wait a long time!

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