This weekend has been so so lovely, from beginning to end. I have vlogged Sunday and will be sharing that soon but here is a little peek at our Saturday morning. So often we get up late and waste half the day doing nothing much at all, so as it was meant to be a gorgeous day I decided we would get up bright and early and go for breakfast.
It was a bit like being abroad, the smell of heat on the ground and the sun already on our backs. It was absolutely gorgeous and we got to enjoy the town while everyone else was still in their beds.
It is the first time I have taken my new bag out of the house – it is so beautiful I don’t want to use it as a nappy bag or every day bag. I have been a massive Radley fan for years and have a couple of bags and purses already. This De Beauvoir shoulder bag is just gorgeous though, my favourite colour too!
It was so nice being out so early, most of the shops were still shut and so we were able to amble along enjoying being together as a family while everyone else was still in bed.
How amazing is this breakfast? I can tell you now it was very tasty indeed!! My appetite at the moment is absolutely massive – although I am not able to fit much in due to baby being enormous too. I managed to scoff most of this though and didn’t need to eat again until the evening!
Once we had finished stuffing our faces we headed to the market square once again. The traders had begun to set up so we had a little mooch around before heading home.
I love this photo, I am going to print it out and put it above my desk. The girls love the outdoors and have enjoyed helping me in the garden the last few weeks. We have been buying lots of new flowers for our garden, filling the empty spaces with lots of colour. We treated ourselves to a few more plants and have already put them in pots – I just need to remember to water them!
I definitely want to do this more often, it was so nice being up and about in the sunshine bright and early. It meant that we made the most of the day ahead and got lots done. Thank goodness for the sunshine – let’s hope it continues!