I was really happy when someone suggested we'd go to wagamama for lunch.
I ended up having the Katsu curry and it was so good! The kids both had their usual wagamama dish which is the cod cubes and Simon decided on the vegetarian Katsu curry which really surprised us all, he's not normally one for choosing the vegetarian option!
After a quick dash around a few more shops we returned home and my little niece came with us. She wanted to spend some time with Emily which was so sweet of her.
The girls ended up baking the most delicious cookies.
The rest of the day just went by in a blur.
We were busy with everything and nothing at the same time and before we knew it it was time to go to bed.
Sunday started slowly, like Sunday's should, with coffee and breakfast.
I decided to blitz the kids bedrooms. This had been a job long overdue and something I just wanted to get over and done with. After Christmas with its new supply of games, trinkets and "clutter" there was no better time really. I ended up with four (FOUR!) bags for the skip.
Even though their rooms are still fuller than an egg they somehow seem a lot more organised. Emily is the artist/creative brain of our family and she's forever creating new artwork and I'm sure I can run an art supply shop from her room alone! Needless to say all this creating does make a lot of mess and thousands of pieces of scrap paper.
Sunday was also the day of getting ready for school again.
Uniforms were ironed and bookbags were made ready. We decided to forgo the Sunday roast and settled on a delicious stir fry, slimming world friendly ofcourse, and the homemade crispy chicken pieces went down a treat.
The evening came quickly and Simon and I started watching a series on Netflix. It's one I've seen mentioned on Gogglebox quite a lot so we decided to give it a go.
Have you watched it?
We've seen two episodes so far and I'm really into it.
Can't wait to watch some more.
So that was our weekend in a nutshell.
I'm counting down to Friday already