Hopes & Dreams: 3 Months In!

We're almost a quarter of the way through 2014 already, can you believe it? I thought I might take the time to update on how things are going around these parts, because I'm feeling pretty darned great about this year.

  • Georgia ~ I've been taking lots of pictures, and watching her growing up from a wee baby into this cute little toddler. In the last few weeks, she seems to have shot up again - her face has changed, she's lost a lot of her chunky baby thighs (sniff) -- growing too fast. She's been through the wars with some more teething & a cold, and we've been starting to wean; meaning we've had a clingy, sad wee one for a while. Thankfully we're coming out the other side, and that trademark cheeky grin has come out again. :)
  • Read ~ I'm currently reading 'Twelve Years a Slave', which is book #5 of the year so far. I've also just purchased all of the 'Game of Thrones' novels as a bundle for $20 - so I have a LOT of epic reads ahead of me. I've read the first two, but I keep getting distracted...
  • Move ~ I have consistently exercised every Monday/Wednesday/Friday since January 1st, with no excuses. Mostly runs, but sometimes workout DVDs and/or walks. I'm down almost 7kg and feeling really good, running 5km stretches now.
  • Cook ~ I'm really proud of how much I've cooked so far this year. We haven't spent a lot on eating out at all, apart from the odd Thai food meal with friends. And, best of all, I'm lucky enough to be getting a shiny new cooking device for my 30th, which will help to REALLY spice things up in the kitchen.
  • TTC ~ Watch this space; not a great deal of things to report here yet, but we're working on it!
How's your year going so far?

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Sandie @ AppleBee Lane said...

Your little girl is so sweet - congratulations on maintaining your exercise routine. I wish I had your discipline!

Non Sequitur Chica said...

Wow her face has totally changed- but she is still adorable! Congrats on losing some weight!

Rebecca said...

So sweet. Love seeing her smile.

Buttermilk said...

She's such a cutie! This one-year mark is such a sweet spot, isn't it? I weaned my son soon after he turned a year old and now at 15 months we're trying to drop bottles all together. The growing up just never slows down.

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