Our weekend in pictures, a little diary of what we get up to at the weekends together.
Just a bunch of normal family life pictures.
Saturday 16th June 2018
The girls got the full Harry Potter book set for their birthday from my best friend this year, Sofia has been reading the first one so Lily could then start reading it, before she moves onto the next one. I find it amazing that a story can be picked up by so many age groups for so many years and still loved.
Not sure what happened to this photo!
My AMAZING husband has recovered all of our photos from 15 years of us being together from the broken hard drive. We didn’t think we were going to manage it and thought we had lost all of our precious images from the children growing up. But we have saved them!! Wahoo! 150,000 files later we have them on a new hard drive!!!
Tyler wanted to cook this weekend, this never happens and I was pretty shocked but welcomed his independence. We left him to pick what he wanted and got the ingredients in. Chill con carne was his choice,
It was really yummy, he kept asking are we just saying it’s nice to make him happy (can’t trick a 13 yr old like a younger one can you!) BUT no we weren’t, it was really nice. He can cook again!!!
I made a little treat for the next days picnic….it involved melted chocolate and there was a little left over!! Opps!!
Sunday 17th June 2018 – Fathers Day
It’s Fathers Day and the kids a came running in with presents for Daddy and a cup of tea for us both. Thanks Kids!
Our special days usually involve around food! So todays breakfast was Kevs choice of waffles, bacon and maple syrup!
We had arranged a day out with my parents as well, taking a picnic along. But at the last minute we realised we couldn’t take a picnic in where we were going. So change of plan….a stop of in a village along the way, Romsey.
I still haven’t seen War Horse, I think I need to watch this film, although it sounds a teary one!
Next stop was Longstock Water Gardens, this was open this weekend for the National Garden Scheme. Gardens are opened up which don’t usually so you can visit and the entry money is raised for Charities.