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Project 365 Week 3

on 19/01/2013

Project 365 wk3

13th January – We visited Rufford Park you can read here all about it

14th January – I cooked home made cream of  tomato and basil soup … batch cooking really is the way forward!

15th January – Lazy day watching Shaun the Sheep

16th January – Joshua spent most of the day pulling funny faces!

17th January – Tesco delivery came and Joshua helped put the baby wipes away … good try!

18th January – Fun all round with a Kitchen items!

19th January – The Oliver’s build their first ever snowmen!


33 responses to “Project 365 Week 3

  1. TheBoyandMe says:

    A colander is the best form of protection when playing with a toddler!

    Thanks for linking up

  2. Yep, I’m with you on batch cooking. It’s the way forward, especially at this time of the year. Love your photos, especially the robin who seems to have sat nicely & patiently for you – we have a robin visiting our back garden most days and it always flies away just as I’m about to take a photo. One day!

  3. Love your snowmen! I’m surprised they weren’t wearing colanders on their heads!

  4. says:

    Tomato soup, proper winter food, love the robin shot

  5. Muslim Mummy says:

    Fab snowmen!!!

    And your wipes picture has reminded me that I need to get some!!

    • Jaime Oliver says:

      glad i helped remind you to get some .. it could be awfully messy if you forget them! thanks for popping across and commenting its very much appreciated 🙂

  6. Are they a snow couple?! What a gorgeous funny face!

  7. I am loving those snowmen! Just brilliant. You can’t beat tomato soup, I make it too and its lovely x

  8. Nikki Thomas says:

    That is a very fetching colander! I love the funny faces photo, brilliant!

  9. Loving your snow pictures :-). Hope you have all enjoyed it 🙂

    • Jaime Oliver says:

      we loved this lot of snow but now what we had is frozen and the next lot has just started again … think its going to be very slippy tomorrow 🙂

  10. Erica Price says:

    Liking your snowmen – great to have a pair.

  11. marisworld says:

    TWO snowmen?? You have been busy, love your little Robin Redbreast too and LOVE your helpful assistant putting the shopping away 🙂

  12. Looks like a fun week…look how big your snowmen are and the colander on your head – very funny x

    • Jaime Oliver says:

      the hubby and i had a competition on the snowmen .. although we ran out of steam so they turned out to be about the same size lol

      I debated about the colander but thought it quite apt at how we spent our day lol

  13. Mumsmoments says:

    why do kids always put colanders on their heads? you have a lot of wipes there!

    • Jaime Oliver says:

      lol he want content with putting it just on his everyone was fair game! little bugger! … i only buy wipes and nappies when they are on offer … i found an offer this week 🙂

  14. Lauren says:

    Impressive snowmen! We had loads of snow and didn’t even build one!
    I love the way the wipes have been put away too 🙂
    Thanks for linking up to My Week That Was

  15. Joanne Blunt says:

    Love the snowmen. It’s like the John Lewis ad. Great photos.

  16. redrosemummy says:

    Lovely week. The robin is a beautiful photo.

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