I would love to blog weekly, I’m not even going to think about daily, but at the moment I struggle with monthly……………………….sigh.
Our biggest home-ed trip this month was to the Eden Project. We spent most of our time in Rainforest and Mediterranean Biomes, much warmer than outside. When we were in the Mediterranean biome the children at various points said it reminded them of Cyprus. We all enjoyed the day. The only niggle was the poor labelling and information.
I went for a meal with the Mums from the Christian group, lovely meal and lovely company.
During half term it was Girlguiding Thinking Day and to celebrate we had a day out at Living Coasts for the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in the Paignton district. The girls got to make toys for the penguins and seals and watch them being fed.
My friend Victoria and I attended a sewing workshop afternoon while Paul looked after the children. Having received a sewing machine for Christmas I thought it would probably be a good idea to get it out of the box and use it. The workshop had a maximum of 6 people of various abilities, though we were definitely the least experienced there on the day. They were a lovely group of ladies, full of ideas and enthusiasm. That one afternoon gave us both the confidence and desire to use our sewing machines and we’re looking forward to going back again soon.
Cameron had a check-up with the orthodontist and had stronger wires fitted to his brace. They were really impressed with the improvement of his teeth and said he should come and show other patients the correct way to wear their braces.
As well as this we had friends over and went visiting friends too.
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