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Sunday Sevens #52 – 1st Anniversary


Wow – a whole year of Sunday Sevens! Although I’ve joined in from the very beginning, I haven’t managed to post every week, in fact I think Nat at Threads & Bobbins is the only one who has.Β  Hop over to her blog to find out about how to add your own Sunday Sevens to the mix – and to enter a fab giveaway too!

So, without further ado, here are my Sunday Sevens 1st Anniversary pictures: –

  1. Took The Boys to the Natural History Museum in London. What a brilliant place! Headed straight for the dinosaur exhibition first, obviously.


2. Nice photo of me with The Boys enjoying the sunshine.


3. The Boys feeding the Lorikeets at Bristol Zoo – such a great experience, we do it every time we go.


4. The Boys played in the fields while we put up some new fencing for my mother. They had a little bit too much fun and Gran had to literally hose them down in the garden!


5. How is it even possible to sleep like that??


6. There are no words.

Bristol zoo

7. I judge the Crafts and the Photographic entries in the local show every year – this was the lovely box of chocolates that I was given as a thank you.


8. A cheeky extra photo to show you these little beauties. Guess what we’ll be making this afternoon…..?


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24 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens #52 – 1st Anniversary

  1. Wow! Looks like you all had a great time visiting all of the great sites. The birds are so beautiful. I would love to feed them! I love how you and the hubby always make sure the boys are never bored. You both are awesome parents. It is funny how it is always gram’s job to do the hosing down the grandkids. Your photos always make me smile. Please keep bloggin because you always make my day and give me a smile. Love and hugs to you and the family. Oh yeah yummy on those chocolate yummys!!

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    • Thanks Robin, they’re good boys and entertain themselves most of the time so deserve a treat occasionally and the museum was amazing. It’s more than a day’s visit though, so we plan on going again to see the rest. The chocolates didn’t last five minutes.


  2. See the boys like their shirts ~ lovely photos of them, thank you!
    Yum – jam this afternoon! πŸ’•πŸ’•

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  3. Looks like a great and busy week! And some lovely weather.

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  4. Another fun packed week πŸ™‚

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  5. Lovely pictures–you’ve really captured the fun of your travels. And OMG, I so love the Natural History Museum in London; best museum ever. We’ll be back in London in summer 2017 and I will definitely get to the museum again.

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  6. Really lovely happy photos!

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  7. Great to see those up cycled t-shirts getting used πŸ™‚ They both have such lovely smiles.

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  8. Oh no! That’s a proper filthy pair you’ve gotten there, hope their clothes come clean, if they do you should be on the soap power adverts!! Looks like you’ve had a fab week! πŸ˜€

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  9. What a fun filled week!! Hmm….. could it be sloe gin perhaps?? πŸ˜‰

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  10. I love the pics of the boys with the lorikeets and they have their great tops on that you made, lovely!

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  11. Your boys make me laugh πŸ˜€ when we went to Bristol zoo earlier this year we juuuust missed the lorakeet feeding 😦 it looks fun! We went to Whipsnade Zoo (nr London) last week – wow that is an amazing zoo! They have elephants! πŸ˜€


  12. Congrats on being there from the start. Great to see so many pictures of your adorable boys.


  13. What a great week to end the summer hols with! I love the Natural History Museum – is it still free? I’m licking my lips at the Green & Blacks πŸ˜€


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