Hopefully the second week of the Easter holidays was more interesting for my kids, even if it wasn’t a lot more interesting for me!
Here’s our week in pictures…
Day 94 – Sunday 3rd April – I often go out for a walk on my own before everyone gets up on Sunday. It’s become a bit of a tradition of mine to take a photo of the pylons and put them on Instagram.
Day 95 – Monday 4th April – my eldest went out to see his friends, my younger son had a friend round and my daughter went out with my sister and her family for a while. I was pretty much tied to the house as they all came and went. This is a little snapshot of our magnolia tree on the front garden. It’s so nice, that a stranger knocked on the door last week to ask if he could photograph it!
Day 96 – Tuesday 5th April – my daughter’s best friend came over for a sleepover, I didn’t have much work, the boys amused themselves and for a few minutes I actually had some time to myself. So I sat in the garden and read my book.
Day 97 – Wednesday 6th April – regular readers of my 366 posts will know my family has been working on making changes to the garden for a few weeks now. My husband and sons sowed grass seed a couple of weeks ago and it’s starting to come through.
Day 98 – Thursday 7th April – my daughter and I went to see Hetty Feather at the theatre. It was absolutely brilliant! My daughter is a slow reader, but this morning she read well over 100 pages of the book so she could keep up with the story.
Day 99 – Friday 8th April – a tense day as I had to take my younger son for a haircut. He absolutely hates having his hair cut! It was supposed to be done in February half-term, but somehow he managed to delay it until the last day of the Easter holidays. Our usual barber’s shop has closed down, so we had to try a new one. Luckily they did a good job!
Day 100 – Saturday 9th April – my daughter struggled with stitch on Parkrun this morning. She wasn’t happy with her time. But she still ran 3 miles at 9am, while lots of people are still in bed. And that makes her awesome.