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Our Weekend

On Saturday morning we decided to get out of the house and go on an adventure.
We knew the rains were coming so we made sure the boys were all kitted out in raincoats and wellies, then we set off for White Horse Wood Country Park near Maidstone.

We saw a fair few cows, that Rupert wanted to go over and talk to, and we discovered the Castle ruins of Thurnham Castle.

The boys were a little disappointed that it wasn't a fully standing castle but me and Jon found it very interesting.

We got pretty wet, so once home we had a nice lunch of cheese and ham toasties with yummy hot chocolate.

In the evening myself and Noah went off to a wedding reception.
Noah scrubs up so well!

Lesson of the night -
5 glasses of wine is a big NO-NO!

Sunday we went off to my mums for a Sunday lunch.
I haven't seen my mum in a few weeks so it was nice to see her, plus she'd dug out some of her clothes that she knew I liked and let me have them!

We had a lovely beef stew and then for afters a yummy sticky toffee pudding, whilst the boys had rather healthy coconut milk lollies.

After we'd come back from the shops we bathed the boys and got them into their new jimjams and then we made the journey home.
We got home at a decent time, so we didn't have to rush around like crazy to get them to bed on time.
We all chilled out and watched some TV before sending them off to bed!

Once the twins and Noah were in bed, Jon and I had some chips and his homemade ketchup for supper.
Rupert didn't fall asleep till 11pm!!!

What did you get up to at the weekend?


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