^^ he told me I was his best friend the other day and when I kiss him goodnight he tells me 'you are the best mummy in the whole wide world'…I'm cherishing this time when he is a mummy's boy ;) ^^
^^ Wilf has a new ride! Review post coming soon ^^
^^ a little cosy spot for his dinosaurs ^^
We had a fairly chilled weekend this weekend just gone. I took a break from deadlines and hung out with some friends on Friday evening which was much needed. With a slightly fuzzy head on Saturday we decided to just stay local visit the park, explore in the wood and head home for naps and a lazy afternoon.
On Sunday I visited a vintage wholesalers and picked up a few bits for the shop (yep I'm sharing this time not just keeping for myself ;)) so I'll be adding those as soon as I have a spare minute! We had coffee/babyccino's at Bocca Bar which was the first time we had visited, it's a great space, I'm looking forward to returning and trying out their eggs benedict. Wilf took a few of his dinosaurs which came in the box of old toys my parents sent us, seriously this child has more toys than a playgroup these days! He's really gotten into imaginative play lately and uses his dinosaurs and plastic animals in various scenarios, I love hearing the little conversations he makes them have with each other.
After coffee we headed into town to meet family and grab a bite at the MShed before headed home for the afternoon. Lately I have been feeling utterly exhausted so I even napped on Saturday and Sunday when Wilf did. Maybe it was a sign as he has refused him nap ever since, I'm so not ready for him to drop them!
I've had a few questions lately about the camera and editing I use for my pictures. I actually upgraded from a Canon EOS 550D to a 700D last week, mainly because I want a DSLR that has video capacity too. I loved my 550 but I have to say you can really tell the difference in quality with the upgrade!
I use RedLab* to edit all my pictures :)
If you want to hear about some of the apps I use you can see my little video here
linking up with LAB's better photo project