What I Wore This Week

What I Wore This Week #wiw #ootd

What I Wore This Week #wiw #ootd

What I Wore This Week #wiw #ootd

What I Wore This Week #wiw #ootd

What I Wore This Week #wiw #ootd

Outfit 1 – Grey Sweater • Zara | Jeans • H&M (similar) | Shoes • Adidas
Outfit 2 – Top* • H&M (super old) | Jacket • Zara | Jeans • Gap | Shoes • DSW (similar) |
Outfit 3 – Blouse • Zara (similar) | Jeans • H&M | Shoes • DSW (similar)
Outfit 4 – Top • Brandy Melville | Black Jeans • Zara | Jacket • Zara | Boots • Winners (similar)
Outfit 5 – Sweater • Mango | Jacket* • Le Chateau (similar) | Jeans • H&M | Boots Winners (similar)

*I found this top and tweed jacket when I was going through one of our old baby clothes bins in storage. See, it sometimes pay to hold on to things and forget you own them 😉

This weekend we went to got to Hogwarts. While I wish we actually got to go to either a) the UK to do a Harry Potter tour or b) Harry Potter World at Universal Studios that is obviously not a spontaneous trip. Neither of those being an option we went to Guelph University where on Saturday they turned it into Hogwarts and offered kids a day touring around getting sorted, taking Hogwarts inspired classes, and playing Quidditch.

It was a ton of fun although I didn’t take a many pictures. I don’t like to take and post photos that have other people’s children in them (and they were everywhere). When we are doing things we are generally living in the moment and not thinking about photo ops and I always get home thinking I took a picture or two to commemorate. Some parts of the University are old buildings and they looked a lot like the real Hogwarts campus with the fall leaves, a million kids in their house robes walking through the fields with the Quidditch hoops in the distance.

I learned some interesting things about my kids too while taking these classes. Merle can place all the human organs in their correct places without help, and Roo really enjoys owl pellet dissection. Trying to figure out what it ate and reassemble the bones of the animal remains was a fun challenge for her (sounds gross but she was totally into it and I may have to get her an owl pellet dissection lab). It was a good day and I am glad that all of us as a family got to enjoy it together even though Tom was tired because he worked until 6am that morning.

Signing off now because Tom set off the fire alarm making spaghetti and everyone seems to have forgotten how to shut off the alarm key pad even thought they have all been shown a million times.

I hope you had a great weekend!

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