this weekend

Monday, November 12, 2012






This weekend I:
  • made scones and enjoyed them with lashings of jam and hot tea
  • started reading Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering
  • snapped some photos of my 14 week potbelly
  • played around some more with my camera. note to self: noon in sydney is not a good time to take photos
what did you get up to?

28 comments:

  1. oh look at your sweet perfectly circular scones! mine look nowhere near as pretty, more just like little lumps haha. Sounds like a lovely weekend x

    ps. beautiful photos, love the long dress. x

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  2. Looking gorgeous, Gaby. Your weekend sounds lovely.

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  3. What a perfect weekend! A weekend with scones has to be a good one. Renovations here...that means painting, painting and more painting. Potters around the antique market more than made up for it though. Hope your week is a lovely one.
    Steph :)
    thisbrownwren.blogspot.com

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  4. What beautiful pictures! Not only are you already a yummy mummy, but you have such lovely weather...its freezing here!

    Enjoy your reading!

    Sarah XxX

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  5. Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering - my absolute favourite pregnancy read. That little 'pot' is just gorgeous! x

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  6. Scones look so yummy & potbelly is more like cutebelly ;)

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  7. ooh I haven't made scones in forever. hmm I think blogging is making me fat :)

    Your little belly is the cutest x

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  8. Good book, yummy scones, yes! Sounds like a perfect weekend to me.

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  9. So beautiful! And will you be sharing your thoughts about the book?

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  10. i am just SO HAPPY for you, gaby! so many good things coming your way. sending you lots of love. xo

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  11. i am just SO HAPPY for you, gaby! so many good things coming your way. sending you lots of love. xo

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  12. aww! congratulations! before you know it you'll have a little bebe. so wonderful :)

    xo danni

    http://hellodenj.blogspot.ca/

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  13. Looks like a fun time! Your baby bump is so cute! Looks like we have matching salt waters!

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  14. I've been meaning to come tell you how TRULY excited I am for you. You're going to be such a wonderful mama. It's the best thing in the whole world. Congratulations. =)

    Kacie

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  15. I love the first picture! How did you did it!? Which camera? thanks for answering :)

    beautiful bump ;)

    xx

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  16. sounds like a wonderful weekend. your scones look amazing, too!!

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  17. *Swoon* you're so beautiful, Gaby, and that little bump is gorgeous!

    I'm off to bake some scones - yours just looked too delicious not to try my own!
    x

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  18. Gentle Birth Gentle Mothering was one of the best birthing books I read. The Natural Guide (?) set of books is also very good. Pregnancy obviously suits you - despite being taken at noon you do look lovely!

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  19. Beautiful! Love your dress, you will be able to wear it throughout pregnancy! The jasmin that is growing everywhere is amazing. I can't get over all the beautiful plants and smells.

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  20. Your little bump is so cute!! Congrats!!! I am curious how you like that book?! Love your blog!!!

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  21. Those scones look delicious! Also, I like that dress a lot. Looks so good with your adorable belly. x


    <3 Melissa
    wildflwrchild.blogspot.com

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  22. you look so beautiful...your eyes!
    great photos!

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  23. That is in NO WAY a potbelly! I'm sure you are glad the news is out of the bag so you can finally post photos of everything. How adorable is that dress?! :)

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  24. look at you, lovely mama to be...wow gaby you are beautiful! do you love it or what?!

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  25. Love these pictures!! You look beautiful! :)

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  26. I just found you on IG and had to come over to your gorgeous blog. I just had our third baby and our first home birth. A beautiful book I read during my pregnancy along with the one your reading is Ina May's Guide to Childbirth.
    Congratulations. I'm off to bake scones now. X

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  27. I think our homemade scones turn out quite differently. Yours look ready for their close up for a food magazine!

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