Meet Chestnut

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Everyone meet Chestnut. He is a very friendly bear who will be going on adventures with me. He can’t wait to meet new people and go to different locations.

He was made on the 18th December 2014. He was born in the build a bear shop. At the moment he only has his elf outfit but hopefully he will have new ones made soon.

He hopes you will enjoy his adventures which will be posted after he has been on one. First one coming soon 🙂 so till then bye bye

Build a Bear

Good evening everyone. Sorry this is being posted late but I have been a bit busy today and just watched the Johnathan Ross show to see Lee Evans say he is quieting most of what he said he said Wednesday when I went to his show. Well anyway today we took my nieces Mia, Hannah and Amber to build a bear to build there bears. It didn’t take them long to pick their bears. The part that took the longest was picking the clothes they wanted. Mia went for a pink sparkly teddy she got it a black dress and big shoes with skates. Hannah got a My Little Pony in purple a tutu and some hair clips with different colour hair and also a chip they says 6 different phrases and Amber got a Olaf teddy from Frozen with a chip that sings the summer song and Olaf’s summer outfit. They also before going to build a bear meet Santa where Hannah and Mia where happy to go and see him but Amber was not to sure. We had McDonald’s for lunch I decided I just fancied a big mac which I know come Monday I am going to have to work of at the gym.

In other news we got batteries for the scales which I weighed myself and found out I have lost a little weight. I started the gym weighing 92.9kg (14st 6lbs) i now weight 90.3kg (14st 2lbs) which means I have lost 4lb which I think is good. I do not want to lose it to quickly. I am just happy it’s slowly coming off. Here is to the start of a new me. Well going to let you all go and go to sleep I am going to go get my Wheaties bag and stick in the microwave and go to bed. Night all

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