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My Sunday Photo, 22 June, 2014 Post BritMums

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I’ve had a manic week, including spending two days at BritMums Live. As a result I haven’t had much time to take photographs. This snap, however, reveals what happened to my BritMums Live gift bag after my family got to it.

As you can maybe gather, my wife and children raided the thing. Does this sound familiar to anyone else who attended the event? I imagine many other people will be waking up today to find the contents of their gift bags scattered over a wide area courtesy of their children (and partners).

Before I got home, I managed to re-house the sweets as I didn’t want the kids getting them (you can read why here). My wife nabbed the wine almost immediately and various other bits and pieces are now scattered across the house. It’ll no doubt be down to me to clear it all away.

It was the second time I’d been to BritMums and I had a brilliant couple of days. The key thing I learned was not to be afraid of your blog evolving. I also picked up many ideas for improving Dadbloguk and it goes without saying that I managed to catch up with an awesome array of bloggers. Hope to see you next year!

The photo was taken with a toy camera filter. It was then edited to increase the exposure.

I have linked this post up to the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by OneDad3Girls.com. The blog is written by the multi-award winning Darren Coleshill.Β 

 

30 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo, 22 June, 2014 Post BritMums”

  1. It was great wasn’t it? I didn’t say hello!! I have no idea what you look like but I definitely didn’t see a greenish looking man πŸ™‚

  2. Hi John! Good to see you, even if just for a moment. My kids raided my goody bag too. Which was annoying. Hope to see you next year.

    1. Hi Susanna – a huge thanks to you, Jennie and the team for organising another brilliant event. No worries about the brief meeting, I can only imagine how busy you are during the event! Thanks again and hope to see you in 2015.

  3. Great to see you and chat more than last time mate! My wife and kids have decimated my bag too. Fair enough though – I’ve been bunking off from my parental responsibilities for two days!

  4. It was great to see you and spend a bit more time with you. Once again your support is invaluable.

    Thank you for linking up

  5. Lovely to meet you & share (and I use that term loosely *smiles*) a bottle of wine. I look in envy at your goody bag. As I left early I didn’t get mine, still there I always next year! Keep up the good blogging x

    1. Lovely to meet you also. I can assure you wine was “shared” elsewhere for a good few hours after we went our separate ways! Until next time.

  6. I know this feeling too well! My bag is also half empty (very negative) due to not being able to smuggle a bottle of wine and bottles of coke through airport security! Damn in!

  7. I don’t think I met you? Unless you were the chap I accosted about the bucket and spade? Or were you one of the dads chatting with Darren at the high table in the hub during a coffee break?

    It was great, as always, wasn’t it? My goody bag has been ripped apart and strewn around the house too.

    1. Good question. Sounds like we may have met, though I can’t say for certain. No one approached me asking about a bucket and spade, probably because I was looking for one too! Hope to see you next year.

  8. Tom @Ideas4Dads

    We now have our copy of Aga Living proudly presented in our downstairs toilet – some might say that I am now even a little more cultured πŸ˜‰

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