Customer photos are my favourite! 🥰🥰🥰
How great does the Memory Box Frame fit in with the other items on this display shelf!
Here's how the memory box frames work.... you write down all the good things that happen throughout the year, whether that be something funny someone has said, accomplished goals, fun days out, precious memories, ticket stubs, something beautiful we have seen, all the good things. Then you post them through the slot in the frame and
then at the end of the year you open it and remember all the amazing things that have happened throughout the year!
QUALITY TIME spent with the family ⌚👪❤️ As we grow older, as I read news of things happening around the world... I feel lucky to still have my parents and family complete and together. It's not been easy being an only child, being the only one my parents can look to for assistance. But I always take these times as the best since it's my time to take care of them.
I hope we're able to share and impart to our daughter the same values that we were taught and perhaps even better.
That's all I can hope for.
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We are planning a 3 week road trip from Sydney to Uluru, then up the Red Centre Way to Alice Springs and then home again. I'm just starting to work on our holiday budget for the trip.
So far I've worked out our petrol budget will be approx. $3000. Based off kms, litres to the 100 and a $2.20 per litre price average.
We have a camper trailer and have read to expect $10 pp, per night for camping. There will also be national park fees, food expenses plus accommodation for the road trip there to work out.
Who's done this trip before? Do you have any budgeting tips? Or recommendations of where to stay or where to not stay?
Weekend adventures are the best! What are you up to this weekend? We'd love to hear...⠀
Regatta Clothing is ideal for weekend adventures - with clothing for all the family! ⠀
Check out the range on our website... link in the bio!⠀
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Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books.” ~John Lubbock
Our time spent in nature is as valuable as our time gathered around our table 🌳 🌊 ⛰
Pentru că Pablo Picasso mi se pare unul dintre geniile lumii, mi-am dorit neapărat să simțim în formulă completă energia locului în care s-a născut artistul. 🎨
Construită în anul 1861 chiar de către tatăl lui, Jose Ruiz Blasco, în această clădire s-a născut vizionarul pe 25 Octombrie 1881, unde a locuit cu familia până în 1884.
Pe 25 Martie 1983 casa a fost declarată monument istoric artistic de interes național, iar în anul 1991, pe 20 Februarie, a devenit muzeu. 🖼️
Noi am putut vizita doar un etaj din trei, însă în aceeași Plaza de la Merced, în centrul istoric din Malaga, dar la numărul 13, s-a mai deschis un spațiu de expoziții, unde am putut urmări o parte din operele lui. Unele sunt atât de banale și de amuzante că nu te poți abține să te întrebi cum l-au făcut atât de cunoscut pe plan mondial. Ei bine, timing, noroc, determinare, curaj, viziune și alte lucruri de care are nevoie un om care își dorește să reușească. :) Vă arăt mai multe fotografii azi, pe STORIES. ☀️☀️☀️
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2 5554 hours ago
While dad tubes behind the boat, we play on the beach in the sand.
Adventures at an early age is important for the kids to experience, learn, feel & get excited.
It was a fabulous day for it in Mandurah, Western Australia.
2 134 hours ago
El Camino Real (The Royal Road), sometimes translated in English as The King's Highway, is the historical 600-mile (965km) road that linked 21 California's Spanish missions from San Diego in the south to Sonoma, north of San Francisco, in the north.
I’m getting itchy feet. We’ve been home all of 17 day’s 🙄. Feels like the longest 17 days known to man. The urge to get going somewhere else is starting to pick up 🤦♀️. Do you ever feel like this? Or are you a home bird?
Passed the 39 1/2 mark this week and headed toward my 40th birthday with a new baby between now and then. Gradually realizing that:
- In your teens you care way too much about everything. What people think, how you look, what other people are doing.
- In your 20s you still care a lot but it often switches to your roles more like wife, mother, career.
- In your 30s you say you don’t care but you still kind of do.
- In your 40s you have no energy left to care much what everyone else is thinking and doing because there is so much life to live. I feel that this decade is going to be infinitely more productive with so much less time and energy wasted on things that don’t matter and so much more poured into simply existing and becoming who I was made to be. And I am HERE FOR IT.
This (almost) 40 year old version of me is all Quinley will know. She will get the wisdom and experience of 16+ years of parenting. She will be mothered by someone who knows so much more about what isn’t worth giving the time of day. But who also still has so much more for us to learn together. And I am HERE FOR IT.
Do you feel these decade descriptions work for you too? Where are you right now? 📷: @kericsolomon
76 59917 January, 2020
Heading up the Beach👊
If you hit the beach at low tide on Straddie it’s like a highway, just watch the access tracks!!! They can be super soft when it’s busy over here😳
Which gets us thinking? Would you drive past someone bogged or stop to help?
We have snatched out 2 other beach goers in our week over here, and both times we watched a heap of others drive past without offering a hand... We are all for helping each other out!! Cheers, and here’s to helping out your mate, even if you don’t know them👊
They say a picture is worth a thousand words.… Was recently looking through old photos because my baby twins turn 2 in 1 month, and came across this one.
So what’s in the photo:
A doting father holding his first son.
An operating room full of 12 amazing doctors, nurses and staff members ready to assist at any notice.
A mom ferociously trying to push out her 4th child.
A clock that reads midnight…
The story behind the photo is that this was the birth of our second set of twins in February 2018. I was induced at 36.6 weeks. The induction took about 12 hours. When it was finally time to push, they brought me to the operating room, where they prepped in case a C-section was necessary.
After pushing for some time (can’t remember the length), our third child (first son) was born, weighing just over 4 pounds.
The next part felt like the longest moments of my life…
After my son was delivered, the doctors told me that my cervix was closing and the second baby was not descending.
30 MINUTES WENT BY. 30 MINUTES!!! Can you imagine laying there after delivering one twin and waiting for the other one for 30 minutes? I was most definatley freaking out; they put me on oxygen and pumped me with Pitocin.
Finally, our 4th child made her debut at 12:15AM, which meant that the twins have different birth days.
Our rolling home at sunset. 🎥New episode is up and it’s 5 days exploring the beautiful Mackay region! Who would have thought there was amazing beaches and loads to do along this stretch of coastline🤗
Plus you’ll find out where this farm stay is😉
Take a squiz through the link in our profile @tripinavan 🤘
45 1,66813 January, 2020
Må bare få si tusen takk .... tusen takk for at dere tagger meg i bilder og story at dere er ute med ungene deres på ski og andre morsomme aktiviter 😊 Det er så gøy å se 😀Dere er en stor inspirasjon for meg 🤩 #barneringenhindring#inspirasjon