Today my day started off like any normal day, kids up at the crack of dawn L-A laughing lovingly at everything and my wife asking if I could get up and make the kiddies breakfast.
Once J.R was off to nursery, our morning really got into full throw. My wife had been asked to attend a meet and greet at Merry Hill Centre with the one and only, Myleene Klass. I was lucky enough to be part of this experience, (ok I was only looking after the kids, but hey hoe). We all meet at Pizza Express and waited for Myleene to arrive.
Once Myleene had arrived I was lucky enough to be able to take a few quick pics of her arrival. Then the mummy bloggers who had be invited to meet Myleene had their chance to have their photo taken with her
(T.P was invited along at this point).
They then had a question and answer session with her where they asked her many questions varying from her lovely own designed dress (which was, and I quote " a size 7 if there was such a size") to bringing up her children to the crafts she makes with the kiddies in her spare time.
We then went with Myleene up to mummy morning in eat central, where she meet many fellow mummies and daddies and made crafts, had photo taken and signed her new book titled Things to make and do with your children.
My wife and T.P joined in with the activities on offer while L-A and I sat back and chilled and played with a balloon, oh the easy life.
At the end of such a fantastic morning my wife had the opportunity to get Myleene to blow bubbles in memory of our friends child who is sadly no longer with us.
I leave this blog with one last note "Hope you got the bubbles we blew to you today, you'll never be forgotten little Matilda-Mae, God bless".
This is just amazing! There is something magical about Merry Hill meetings I think as that is where Justin blew bubbles to Tilda too x Thank you so much for making this happen x Thank you with all my heart xReplyDelete
Merry hill is not a special place really it's Matilda-Mae who was specialReplyDelete
This is so lovely!!!! xReplyDelete
Thank you Chelsea for not only taking the time to read my blog but also to leave a comment. It was just a simple tribute to a special little lady.ReplyDelete