10 January 2011

♥ Weekend Bliss ♥


Our weekend was filled with pure awesomeness like...

Making Paper Cities - thanks to Tracy for sharing this fun crafty idea.  My two girls and biggest boy had heaps of fun working on these.

  


Meeting a blogger in real life!  Lyn (from Lynieloo) and family popped in for a visit while on their annual camping trip up our way.  Was so good to catch up and our girls had great fun playing together.


Loving hearing my husband preaching at church on Sunday morning!

Having a 'sparkly tops' photoshoot on the lawn on Sunday afternoon.



I hope your weekend was great too. 


Joining in with Life Made Lovely Monday.

8 comments:

  1. I especially love the sequin tops!! So cute & sunshiney. How nice to meet a blogger in real life, i get to do that a lot through my markets & Shop Handmade so that's a tonne of fun & . . . real!! Love Posie

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  2. Ellymay9:23 pm

    We love hearing your hubby preach to, he was so good Sunday, always gives one food for thought.

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  3. i love your header..and those cupcake friends!

    there is always so much joy here it makes me wanna burst!!

    love to you!! XO

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  4. how cute are your girls? seriously!

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  5. Your children are absolutely gorgeous! You seem like such a wonderful mum.

    xx

    Antoinettemusik.blogspot.com

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  6. so fun!
    can't wait to be a features guest on your blog one day...you telling everyone you had dinner with the Canadian blogger!!!
    Won't that be fun?

    love and light

    those cities are cute!

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  7. Oh my goodness, those paper cities your kids made are way too cute. It's criminal, truly (as are your children. Cute, that is... not criminal, ha!). I totally remember when I was there age... I lived to wear sequin outfits!

    Chelsea
    Early to Rise

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  8. What's not to love here? I'm loving it all here too!

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