Both Hal and i worked so we didnt plan anything much at all. When we got home we decided to picnic in doors because, why not! It was pretty basic but A and A enjoyed it so it was worth it…
We found some old Easter headbands and had a blast!
This mischievous little angel is all movement and joy. Ambi is so wonderfully independent and happy other than her obsession with breastfeeding she can pretty much entertain herself. Lately fully of new sounds and chirping away. She loves abhorring me birds and dogs. Even saying biiirr biiirrr!!! And wuuuuf wuuuf. I guess slowly the talking will start and like her brother there will be no keeping her quiet. But with that face how can we get annoyed?!
We explored our new local library and it was brilliant! Cuddly toys, trepes and tech screens, oh and books, yes of course books!
How much joy can a pair of bunnies ears bring to all! How can this kid be so adorable??
We are loving this mild autumn weather and making the most of it by getting these kiddies out and about before any cold weather and colds stop us. The Southbank is such a joy on days like this add to this the Tate Moderns slippery sliddy floor area and you havea recipe for success with small kids. We were home in time for dinner and feeling very smug about how good it was and what good parents we were. Simple pleasures!
My boy has grown so much since the summer. With the start of school the transformation is immense, he is doing so amazingly and adapting so well to so much change. New environment, new people, new/ more rules and so many new things to absorb. We have our dramas at the school gate every now and then but overall he is so incredible and loved by his teachers and class mates so we couldn’t ask for more.
We kept it very simple and had girlie evening with Glammy to celebrate her birthday. Even the littlest girl celebrated with us which was a real treat, while the boys had an afternoon to themselves.