Friday's Fave Five is hosted by Susanne. To see how to take part and posts from other participants check out her blog: Living to Tell the Story.
Here are mine:
1) Time with Rory. We were invited to lunch last Sunday and then we went for a long walk around the park. It was mainly around the park as Rory like to be pushed along the road so he can see the buses! We did spend some time in the park as well but vehicles are his favourite things. During the week his Mummy often takes him past a building site and he loves watching the diggers etc and the crane going "up and down". He is talking so well now. He also got a haircut this week.
2) Two visits with Nathan & his Mummies - we went Friday so they could have some time out together and then stayed until Saturday so we could help sort some of their things out for the baby's room.
We also went on Thursday as they had a prenatal class on Zoom. Nathan does like to watch out for us once he knows we're on our way!
3) We finally got our sale contract through to sign so we've done that and returned it to our solicitor. We hoped to have had some news on exchange and completion dates today but sadly not. Still at least we have done everything we need to do now. Apart from packing!
4) I had a piece of good news today which I'll share when the timing is right.
5) A hubby who doesn't mind doing the simple things in life - like putting your wife's socks on for her. My back has been painful since the beginning of the week and although standing and sitting upright is generally ok, bending down is most definitely not! The evenings have been a bit chilly this week and I've needed socks on but haven't been able to bend down far enough to do them myself. I hate getting older lol.
So lots of good things but I really wish we had a definite moving date in place. I also wish my back was easier but I know I just have to be patient on that. Surprisingly (during these times) we have a quiet weekend ahead.
Oh just remembered another blessing - Hubby and I actually went out to eat this week at a local pub. I haven't been there before even though it's nearby. It's recently been refurbished and has a large outside area. We actually ate inside as it was quite chilly in the evening but the tables were well spaced, there was good ventilation and orders were taken at the table. The food was typical pub food and not a great deal of choice but it was nice. We also benefitted from the "Eat out to help out" scheme which meant it was relatively cheap too. Hopefully we'll start venturing out a bit more but with all our pregnant DILs we're still being careful and trying to avoid catching this virus!
Have a good weekend all.