February 29, 2020

Hello and welcome back to a new little loves round-up!

How Quickly has February passed? I mean, it doesn’t even feel like we have had a full month. I am a day late to Little Loves, purely because I honestly thought we still had a week left of February. Its been a busy busy month of meetings, catch ups and family time.

Without too much waffling, here is my Little Loves for the month of February.


Can we skip this!? Been terrible this month when it comes to reading!


Love is Blind (Netflix) – This is a binge worthy series. Totally out there but one I just couldn’t stop watching. I had a free afternoon and fancied watching something so just put it on. Its a bit far fetched but I wanted to see how all the couples ended up. Have you watched it? What are your thoughts?

Winter Love Island (ITV) – I was hooked on this, this year. The last week of the series left me a little strange after the awful news about Caroline Flack so I didn’t really fully switch on. I was rooting for another couple to win. All deserved to be in the final, but was a little disappointed with the outcome.

The Joker (Sky Store) – I really wanted o see this at the cinema but just didn’t get time to go out. As soon as it was released on SKY we ordered in a takeaway and had a movie night. I was pretty blown away with it. It Was very dark, and left me thinking about it for days. I kind of like to delve into the characters past and why they turn out the way they have. This film did just that. Is well worth the watch.

Hunted (C4) – I scream at the TV screen throughout the whole program. It’s easy to say, I can do so much better, but in reality can you? I think I could and I find it frustrating that people fall into the trap of social media and home sickness. Its easy for me to day that obviously sitting at home. I have scenarios always going through my head on how I could potentially out smart the Hunters!


New Jumpers – I bought some really lovely jumpers ready for Spring. I needed a few more anyway to update my wardrobe so what better time to do so. They will see me throughout spring and can definitely work in Autumn.

Sollilas Sandals – As soon as march hits, my feet get the airing they need. I tend to only put the boots back on when rains (or snows). Sollilas are really comfortable and are always my go to shoe in Spring/Summer. I hate having my feet constantly inclosed.


Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now

Stormzy – Crown


Crochet – I started a new blanket this month. I have had the wool sitting there for nearly two years! I started a blanket when I received it but I did it wrong, missed some stitches and then gave up with it. After unpicking it all at the beginning of the month I started afresh. Really pleased with how its coming along!

Pancakes – You couldn’t not have pancakes this month! Normally James makes them, but he was stuck on a job and was unable to. I’ve never made pancakes before (I know, I know!) I just get annoyed when they stick to the pan, so its always James’ job. I’m actually an expert at making them, and Gracie and Henry even declared I may of been better than daddy! Win Win.


I think this month have sparked a big outcry on social media. It’s definitely made me think how I am towards others. I think is so so important to just be kind. Everyone has feelings and those feelings can be torn to shreds mentally, emotionally and physically just from one comment. So please please, just always be kind..

I am looking forward to seeing you all link up! Have a wonderful month ahead.

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1 Comment

  • Reply RachelSwirl February 29, 2020 at 13:22

    Oh I completely forgot to include the pancake making – I made about 40 in total! Lovely to see your spring sandals, I’ll be in my trusty old flip flops again no doubt.

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