dinner with abbey & mark
adam and i caught up with abbey and mark before they left for their holiday to england and the maldives. we both love the meat & wine co so we went there for dinner again.
one of the most thoughtful and genuine people i know, abbey
adam & i
abbey & mark
poppy's 2nd birthday
it felt like yesterday we were at poppy's 1st birthday party and now she's already 2. we stopped by to give her her presents (a dress, top & a mrs (not mr) potato head)
the birthday girl and her dad
mummy lending a hand to help open presents
the birthday girl & her family
breakfast @ bathers pavillon
adam's grandma came up to sydney again for a week so we took her out for breakfast to one of our favourite places bathers at balmoral beach. it wasn't the best weather but hey what can you expect in the middle of winter.
adam and grandma
shopping at miranda fair & late lunch at salsas mexican grill, one of our favourite mexican places to eat
sean's birthday dinner
ribs at hurricanes
me, adam, sean & marcela
ads & sean
poppy & heidi sleepover
i offered to have poppy and heidi sleep over one night so kim and carl could have a night out and a sleep in the next morning. both the girls were so good and we even woke up before them in the morning.
pops and heidi
pizza party with poppy
heidi and her sophie the giraffe
our time in sydney was fast nearing to an end and there were still so many things on our bucket list. adam had contracts to run around between solicitors in the city which i helped with and then we drove up to the northern beaches to mark off one of the things on our bucket list, the northern beaches. we had lunch at the boathouse in palm beach which was so different. we loved it there and then drove around looking at all the amazing houses and little shops.
my fish & chips
cute little flower and fresh fruit and veggie set up outside
checking out the views
cooking class at simon johnson
for our wedding adam's mum and jon gave us cooking classes called 'talk, eat, drink' (3 of my favourite things to do) at simon johnson. damien pignolet was the chef who taught the class and although the food was a little more fancy than what we were used to we still ate most of it.
damien signing his book salades