Our everyday life: week 29

If you follow us on twitter you’ll know that I picked thousands of gooseberries from my sister-in-law’s garden…


…and decided to make my first curd. The recipe was great (thanks for your support on twitter Kerstin!), but turns out I just don’t like gooseberries all that much!


Found this guy in the dryer. Don’t worry, he is safe in our hands!


RARE shopping trip with Shake. Two weddings in August = we need smart clothes!


First haircut! So grateful for my dear friend and her mum who did the deed so well :) Especially after our first attempt at the hairdressers which turned into a vomit session :(


Vomit session turned into 24-hour bug for C and mama. Shake got away with it, fingers crossed. I lived on green tea with sugar for the day, barely.


C doesn’t think much of Mr Dawkins


Good idea/bad idea. After toast, this is the first thing I ate after being so sick (brownie and raspberry whipped cream). Hmmmm.


Bargain hunting at our beloved Oxfam. Shake found this game, I am slightly scared to play it with him. “Think people”?


I found this beauty!! Seasoned really nicely and with a lovely wooden handle. HAPPY! Tempted to leave the sticker on for as long as possible…


Wish you were here in the mornings so you could smell these flowers (jasmine?) over breakfast with us


The duck speaks the truth


Far too much laundry to catch up on. Help…

IMG_2131 Pain au chocolat thief. Now that he walks, this is what most of my photos look like :( IMG_20130722_102320-001

Wishing you a happy and HEALTHY week!



3 thoughts on “Our everyday life: week 29

  1. Iris

    That pile of laundry doesn’t look much different from the one in my house. There’s something reassuring in knowing that I’m not the only one who procrastinates on catching up with it! :) And you should definitely keep that sticker on, why not?

  2. chloe

    Lovely post! And another little coincidence, I bagged myself a set of four matching le Creuset and a little odd one for £15 at a boot sale a couple of weeks ago. I’m wondering if I was a bit greedy though because now I should part with some of the pans I already own. Was also really tempted to make that gooseberry curd but none to be found in my garden sadly. What didn’t you like about them? Too tarty? xx


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