My Captured Moment #02

I am linking up with the lovely Heledd from Running in Lavender for her new linky ‘My Captured Moment‘. The idea is to link up new or old photos that capture a moment you don’t want to forget! Since I am joining in a few photography linkys this year I am going to use this opportunity to link up old photos.

248011_10151803648005176_1224132409_nThis photo of the 3 of us was taken in 2012 during the Queen’s Jubilee weekend. Little G was wearing a red cardigan with Union Flag bows on it and also a really cute t-shirt with corgies on which said ‘I am off to London to have tea with the Queen’. She looks so different here, she was 9 months old- I don’t remember her being so small!

We lived in St Albans at the time, there was music and a street party with lots of foods to try. We hadn’t planned on doing anything to celebrate the occasion but after watching everyone else having fun on the tv I suddenly felt very patriotic and so dragged G and Mr F down in the rain! Thankfully the sun came out and we had a lovely time!

What did you do to celebrate? 

Running in Lavender

 


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  1. So cute!! I remember this weekend well – it was so wet. We were in Wales celebrating Lili’s 2nd birthday and I was 20weeks pregnant with Pops. Poor Dom spent the day outside under an umbrella doing the BBQ for everyone at the party.

    Little G’s top sounds perfect!!

    Thank you for linking up to #MyCapturedMoment hon xxx

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      Haha oh dear, not BBQ weather at all. At least we didn’t get as wet as those poor musicians playing for the Queen along the Thames- did you see that? So funny! x

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  2. I love this picture. You obviously have such happy memories of that time. And your daughter’s outfit for the day sounds inspired. Also, I grew up in Berkhamsted very near St Albans. I once did an archaeological dig in St Albans. Such a small world. Hugs Mrs H xxxx #MyCapturedMoment

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  3. What a lovely photo of you all. I remember being pregnant during the jubilee. We didn’t do anything specific but really enjoyed watching the big concert and all the other celebrations on the telly.

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