Our everyday life: week 31

So lucky to have this little guy to share meals (and life!) with :)

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I made a deal with myself when I went back to work that I’d only eat cakes if they were homemade, otherwise it’s lethal. This little rainbow one was cheerful for a Tuesday morning (excuse the banana skin and my pens).

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Delighted to see so many bumble bees around at the moment.

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Picnic fun with friends and really making the most of our NT pass this year.

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This guy LOVES music…

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…so we were extra grateful for this toy that his cousins have outgrown.

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So chuffed to find some of my cookie dough in the freezer. 10 minutes later, bam! Btw, where has Californication been all my life? We have whizzed through season 1 these past two weeks and hope the next seasons are just as good…

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Wishing you a happy week!

Bake

xoxo

6 thoughts on “Our everyday life: week 31

    1. bake Post author

      Haha thanks! My mum and I both play saxophone so it’s especially fun for me to see him pick it up! xoxo

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  1. Michelle

    Californication – one of my most favourite TV programmes, it just keeps getting better.
    Love the rainbow cake.
    x

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    1. bake Post author

      SO excited to hear it gets better!! Need a break for a week, but then I think we will crack on with season 2 :) xoxo

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  2. chloe

    Ah! I have not managed to regularly watch any telly series since I started blogging and I now realise I AM REALLY MISSING OUT. My dear S it seems is also missing out on having one of those amazing multi-function musical instrument things, what a lovely toy! xxx

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    1. bake Post author

      Hehe there are far better things to be doing than watching telly :) BUT, when you do feel the need to switch off for a while Californication is a must! Oh and it is a lovely toy, so lucky they were happy to give it away. Noisy though!! xoxo

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