What I have been loving in March

March has been a bit of strange one! The usual Alfie sickness continues and this month we have had the dreaded chicken pox – I am sure you can imagine the upset we have had.

The highlight of the month has to be the birth of my beautiful niece Florence – who is just perfect.

Here is what has been happening this month:

World Book Day

My girls were so excited for World Book Day, in fact for them it was the highlight of the year so far and they already discussing what to wear next year!

World Book Day 2018

Mother’s Day

Although last year was my first one as a Mummy of three, it was this year I could fully appreciate my lovely tribe. I was spoilt by my family and although we did spend it in a cold park, I wouldn’t of changed it for the world.


Finally Winter is over – or is it? It has been a strange month with the weather, there has even been snow! However we have had a few glimpses of Spring and it has been glorious!

New Books

I feel like I have been reading lots this year, I love to lose myself in a good book and this year I have ready some gems. Everyone has been talking about new book Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine so I thought I would give it a go. I absolutely loved it, I couldn’t put it down. I am looking forward to reading more from Gail Honeyman.

Peter Rabbit

I took my girls to see Peter Rabbit, We never go the pictures anymore as Alfie is too young. Although the girls never complain I know they do miss going to see a new film in the cinema with popcorn. So my husband took care of the baby and off we went. I actually wasn’t particularly looking forward to seeing Peter Rabbit, I had no idea what to expect. Let me tell you, it was amazing, the best film I have seen in a long time.


So here is April and more importantly Easter! We have our usual Easter egg hunt and the girls are so excited.

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23 thoughts on “What I have been loving in March

  1. Alice went as Alice in Wonderland last year, Harri looks fab! We loved Peter Rabbit too, it was such a fun movie. I could watch it again! I hope you have a lovely Easter. Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  2. Lovely pictures – that smile!

    I’m reading Eleanor Oliphant at the moment and can’t wait to get stuck in at every opportunity! Been ages since I loved a good book…

    Also seen Peter Rabbit this week, a fab family film. March has been a pretty spectacular month, snow and all!

    Thanks for linking to #coolmumclub

  3. Oh, I really want to take Max to see Peter Rabbit! He loves him and he’s seen all the posters around and keeps asking. I just need to find someone to have Ben (which is a big ask at the moment as he’s super clingy!). I love the World Book Day costumes, and it sounds like a lovely Mother’s Day too. I hope April is a good one for you – fingers crossed the chicken pox disappears soon and the weather picks up so you can get out! Thank you for joining us at #SharingtheBlogLove

  4. Sounds like March was a good one. Sorry to hear about the chickenpox but at least it’s getting it out of the way now! I’m really looking forward to seeing Peter Rabbit but it’ll have to be when it comes out on DVD as we don’t manage to get to the movies much. Our March was pretty good as I’ve managed to lose a few lbs by cutting out sugar and really enjoyed Mother’s Day! #KCACOLS

  5. It sounds like a great month – those world book day costumes are awesome! It’s good to hear that the Peter Rabbit film is worth watching too. I’m being pestered about it already… 🙂 #KCACOLS

  6. Sounds like it was a good month, illness aside! We keep seeing the trailers for the Peter Rabbit film and I’ve been debating taking my children to see it. I’ve actually never taken either of them to the cinema before so it’ll be a really exciting trip for them when we finally do it! x #KCACOLS

  7. Oh I love their World Book Day costumes, they look so cute! I really want to watch Peter Rabbit, but I think I’ll have to wait until it’s out on DVD as the boys claim they’re too old for it 😉 It sounds like you had a lovely month and I love the name Florence!

    Thanks for joining in with #LikedandLoved again

    Stevie x

  8. Ooh I am always on the lookout for a new book – I never have time to read them mind you! J had chicken pox last Easter and his nursery has had 24 cases in the last few weeks so it seems very prevalent this year. I really hope that winter has passed but with all this rain I am not so sure! #familyfun

  9. Sounds like you had a great month in March with the exception of your little being ill with the pox. My little Eco has had a persistant horrible chesty cough since the beginning of the year and we’re still trying to get to the bottom of what it might be. So far he’s been on a course of antibiotics and a few inhalers with suspected Asthma. I have a three week trial on a new subscription before our last option, a chest x-ray which I really do not want to do. Wishing your little a speedy recovery x #KCACOLS

  10. Love those world book day outfits! Agree that March has been a strange old month, I feel that spring has finally set here now though and we’ve been out coat less. Tad excited by this! ‪Thank you for linking up to the #familyfunlinky‬

  11. Oh my gosh I so desperately want to read that book, I kept seeing it all over social media and thought it was going to be crap. Till I read the blurb on the back in Asda and found intriguing X #familyfunlinky

  12. March has been a bit of a strange month for us, mainly due to moving into a new house, which is great but also in some ways a struggle. And the weather, well… Good to see spring coming along more properly now though! x

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