Reason to be Cheerful 1: The Christening
Its our little one’s big day – She is being baptised on Sunday at our church. The baptism is being held during 11am mass which is very important for us as she is being welcomed into a community that we have been part of for many years.
We are obviously looking forward to the party afterwards (mainly as I will be so relieved that the pressure is off – I had a mad moment a few weeks ago when I decided I would do the catering myself!)
This time we have decided against the posh ‘do’ instead favouring something relaxed and just enjoying the company of our friends (all 100 of them! Eek!)
Reason to be Cheerful 2: Wonderful Friends
Apart from being so pleased that we have so many lovely people willing to share Baby T’s special day with us, I am very grateful for all the offers of help I have had with preparing the food for Sunday. We are expecting a bit of a houseful on Saturday and hope to make a bit of party of food preparation – chinese and wine may be consumed!
Reason to be Cheerful 3:Reading
Vi seems to be settling well into reading now – at first it wasn’t something she was that keen on but all of a sudden she’s really interested in what letters are in what words – we’ve got a long way to go but yay! Thank God for teachers – I don’t know how home schooling parents have the patience to teach their kids to read!
Update on last week: My friend had a little baby girl, Ruby – at the time of writing I have not met her yet as I thought I’d give them a bit of a chance to settle into being a family of 4 but from the photos she looks like a little beauty.
Well, best get on..it will be no surprise to learn I still haven’t finished Baby T’s christening cake! The picture is what I imagine our utility room to look like by Saturday night!