Well I haven't done my 'Reasons to be Cheerful' for quite a long time so I thought I'd best get back into the swing of things now and link up with Mummy From The Heart this week.
#1 Mole Rescue
I'm talking wildlife here people, not something you find on your face! We have new neighbours 2 doors down who are doing a lot of work to their newly purchased house and also the garden. The house has been derelict for a year or 2 so I'm thinking all the moment must have disturbed this little Mole critter from it's hiding hole! Anyway I'm washing the dishes looking out at the mountains from my window when I see puppy pie Tulli shoot past with a Mole in here mouth. At first I wasn't sure what it was but I shot out the back door, shouted at the dogs to let it go and off the poor thing ran into the neighbours garden. It didn't look like it had been injured, Tulli was just holding it in her mouth thank goodness. I'm glad it got away to live another day.
#2 Toddler Classes
I'm so glad the schools are back as that means all the toddler classes are back on too. Logan was getting a bit bored over the holidays as all his little classes had stopped. Now that the holidays are over it means he can go back to his music class, toddler groups and playgroup. This makes a much happier Logan for mummy and daddy as he's not so grumpy and bored. The other half and I have also started to take him swimming again so lots of activities for our son at the moment.
#3 Jack & Jill Markets
If you haven’t noticed on The Breastest News facebook page I've been commenting a lot about the Jack & Jill Markets. These are markets where you can purchase a stall for £23 and sell your used (but in great condition) baby and kids goods up to 9 years. You can also go along and buy kids stuff from these markets too but since Logan has a lot of toys, clothes and stuff he doesn't use/ need anymore I've become a bit of a Jack & Jill freak and have done 3 markets already! They're great and I've already booked up to do my 4th & 5th in the coming months. We must have made atleast £400 altogether so far and it's going straight into Logan's bank account for when he's older.
|Me at my Jack & Jill Market Stall