Storks, Jamie Oliver and Christmas plans #littleloves


It only seems two minutes ago that I was writing my #littleloves for October. Next week is December and time is not slowing down anytime soon. This month has been super busy AGAIN !  and I can’t see it slowing next month can you? We have something on every weekend until January. The kids are getting so excited for Christmas and we have already started a few tradition’s.



Monday of this week the weather was absolutely horrendous, pitch black for the majority of the day. So after getting soaked on the school drop off and then again at the supermarket I decided to unpack the shopping and just sit and read my red magazine, I lit my candles grabbed a nice cuppa tea and sat and snuggled on the sofa reading until it was time to get the kids from school. This edition Jamie Oliver and Fearne Cotton talk about their Christmas plans and traditions and I started to feel a little festive myself.


We went to the cinema last weekend to see the Storks film it’s a great family friendly film and we all really enjoyed it.

A stork and an orphan make a very special delivery in this rib-tickling, heart-warming animated family adventure

A long, long time ago, storks used to deliver babies. Those mischievous nippers made this tough, dangerous and sometimes humiliating work. So the storks were naturally delighted when times moved on and they found themselves delivering packages for giant internet retailer But when top delivery stork Junior (Andy Samberg) accidentally switches on the baby-making machine, he produces an adorable little girl. With his orphan pal Tulip (Katie Crown), the only human on Stork Mountain, he sets about trying to deliver this unauthorised child to a family that never got the baby they asked for. Along the way, Tulip hopes she may find her parents too.



We started to make plans for Christmas and New year. We are staying at home this year as my parents are off to Germany to spend Christmas with my sister so I’m cooking Christmas dinner for the in-laws. New years Eve is my birthday which mean double celebration so we have decided to host a family New years eve party for our friends and neighbours. After thinking it was going to be a quiet year it’s looking pretty busy and I can’t wait.



Red lipstick and Autumn tones. I’m loving all the ochre, mustard and burnt orange tones that are out this season. As for my Red lipstick it puts a smile on my face whatever the weather. There is definitely something about red lipstick that instantly brightens my mood.



I am loving the new song by  Robbie Williams – I am Free it a very heart-felt song about his life and is children I love it.  I also cant wait to update my Spotify Christmas album.

And lastly

Next month is Christmas, I really can’t believe another year has passed and its going to be January before we know it. We are set for a very busy few weeks of festivities food and frolics, let Christmas commence.

I hope you enjoyed reading

Until next time

Caroline X



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