This is what The Top 7 covers –
Your Favourite 7 Posts from 2018. They can be any posts at all that you are proud of.
7 Things You Loved The Most About 2018 Whether you visited somewhere, or just had one of those moments you will never forget, if you loved it, list it!
7 Things You Are Looking Forward to in 2019. Whether those plans are set in stone or you something you would like to do this year, share with us.
Tag 7 Bloggers to Take Part. Share. The love and tag 7 others who would like to take part.
Say Thanks. Link back to the person who tagged you and/or myself so people know where to find the tag to join in too.
7 Favourite blog posts from 2018
(These are by no means in any order
January- You can never imagine yourself being 1 years post op with this kind of surgery until you are, so celebrating being 1 year post op Double Jaw surgery was a huge highlight for me. It was all I talked about for years whilst being in braces and I know I must of annoyed loads of people with my constant blabbering on. But this operation really did change my life and I am now nearly 2 years post op and I still could not be happier with my results.
March- This one is going to sound really vain but I really dont care. It was when I had Lip fillers and Botox for the first time. It was amazing and if I had the money I would do it all the time. I am so glad I got to try them and I can honestly say I looked so much younger without my crows feet.
April- Spending time together as a family and having tons of fun at Drayton Manor. We received our tickets in exchange for a review on my blog and we just had a really good quality day.
May- Spending quality 1 on 1 time with my eldest at Jamie Oliver’s Cookery school in London. We dont get to spend much time just us two anymore due to school and having to share my time out with the girls, so this day was really special. Cooking together was really nice and we had soo much fun.
November- I really enjoyed writing my ‘8 years on’ update about Leo. He has overcome soo many obstacles and still is doing so, to be able to walk like everyone else and do normal activities like everyone else. For those who are a little confused right now, Leo was born with Cerebral Palsy and I was told (age 16months) that he would always be in a wheelchair and would probably never walk. We fundraised 60K and took him to America for a life-changing operation which allowed him to have an oppertunity of walking.
November again- Lydia and Myself received an invitation to a very special V.I.P press event in London for DesignaFriend. Basically I got to relive my childhood through my 6 year-old, we was in pure doll heaven surrounded by fun crafts, cute pink yummies, photoshoot where Lydia could wear the same outfit of a DesignaFriend doll. Her goody bag was amazing too and it was another quality one on one time.
December- It’s Peter flipping flying Pan!!! We all went to the Panto to watch Peter Pan. we laughed together and joined in the fun together and it really got us ready for Christmas.
7 Things I loved most about 2018
- Leo getting over his fear of water and swimming five widths with only one board and putting his head under water.
- Lydia training so hard for her competition and winning. ( not that the winning mattered but she worked hard for it.
- Rosie stopped shitting inside the house at night because now she can wait.
- Milly starting school and watching her grow.
- Attending my first and second Blog on this year.
- David working really hard and received his blackbelt at Karate.
- Getting my braces off.
7 Things I am looking forward to in 2019
- Seeing how much money I can save.
- Blog on in May 😀
- Working towards coming off my Anti depressants which are for my anxiety.
- Being more organised.
- Hopefully a family holiday
- Welcoming a second dog to our famalan
- Staying healthy
7 bloggers to take part!
Tasha at Mummy and Moose
Jo at A Rose Tinted World
Kristine at Kristinesblog
Ruth at Craft With Cartwright
Clare at Freddies Mummy Uk
Kate at Kate on Thin Ice
Kira at Unconventional Kira