Friday, 6 December 2019

This week's smiles....week 349

Oh what a week.  So much to smile about even though I've been kept very busy so here's a round up of my pics for you to share.....

Through the week I've had lots of photos of the family all getting the house ready for Christmas.

Here's Amy's 3 and of course the two dogs  :-)

Here's the twins decorating their tree in the play room.

Here's little Theo decorating their trees with his mummy....he's such a lovely age now and loves all the excitement of Christmas.

Every year Amy, Dave and family have an early weekend of Christmas celebrations with their best friends and their boys and this year they went to the Isle of Wight and what a lovely weekend they had together.

Tuesday we had our little regular visitor and here he is making pudding with his Grandad....happy memories.

All 6 of our Grandchildren have advent calenders that I've made them and it always makes me smile when they come out each year and get filled ready for December.

Finally but by no means least our little Milly has had her hair cut so she's posh for Christmas but it had to be done on the coldest day of the year so far so I treated her to a new red jumper to keep her cosy.
The second pic is to show you where she likes to sit each evening.  She likes to jump up on the arm of my chair and wedge herself down the gap by the side of me  :-)  Love her to bits.

That's all from me for this week.  Please leave me a little comment and link to your own smiles below....I love to see what's making you smile each week.
Annie x


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

You can't help getting in he holiday spirit watching those young people decorating all their trees. Even Theo had one his size. Great photos of the smiling young ones.

Milly looks right at home and it's amazing how she allows you to dress her like that. Dogs are SO different from cats (grin)!

Have a super Friday and great weekend, too, Annie.

Helen said...

Christmas really is the best time for children, love the pics of them all decorating their trees. Fab pic of you and Milly!

Iris Flavia said...

So much Christmas-fun, such cute faces! I´m coming over from Elizabeth´s and wishing you a Happy St Nicholas' Day :-)

Twiglet said...

Fab pictures of festive fun - it's the best time for little ones in the build up to Christmas. xx

Lisca said...

Children so love decorating their Christmas tree. It is a joy to watch. We didn't put our tree up as we go away soon.🎄
Oh I love Milly Posh Pooch in her red jumper. She looks very smart. And look at her claiming her place beside you as you look at your tablet. So cute.
Have a lovely weekend,
Hugs ,

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Hi Annie. Gorgeous photos what treasures they all are and little Milly too, I just know you'll love my funnies this week. Just back from the gym and off to shower so I'll pop round the others later. Have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Angela xXx

mamapez5 said...

Christmas is such a lovely time for making memories, and having fun with the family. I do miss having the house full of excited children, but we do enjoy our quieter Christmases now too.
The weekend in the Isle of Wight looks like lots of fun. How nice to have such good friends to spend time with. 'Grandad' is very patient with Theo. They obviously enjoy spending time together.
I have my ginger cat Tango on my lap every evening. He plays with my wool when I am knitting, but mostly he just wants to be as close to me as possible, and sleep. Enjoy the run up to Christmas, Kate x

Catriona said...

After 38 years of Christmas starting in October, I love to see photos of children really involved in their Christmas preparations at home. I seemed to have replaced the frantic practising for Nativities, Concerts and parties with sewing and knitting for others. I guess I just like to keep busy! The photos of all your grandees are a joy to see.

Zsuzsa Karoly-Smith said...

Milly looks adorable in her new jumper - as do all the grandchildren of course! Those advent calendars look fantastic and much better than anything you can get in the shops! I bet you could easily sell those on "Not on the High Street".