Showing posts with label #parkhangs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #parkhangs. Show all posts

Sunday, 19 February 2017

Feeding The Ducks


Today we decided to test the waters and see how Oscar handled going out for the first time in a few days.
It's back to school tomorrow and we still aren't 100% sure if he's well enough to go back.


A trip to feed the ducks and a play in the park seemed like a perfect way to test the waters.

After we spent the morning breaking up our stale bread we dropped Noah off at Sam's (withdrawal symptoms had kicked in) and we headed off to the duck pond.

The ducks here are really friendly and as soon as you step out the car they are heading towards you to see what you have bought them.




The boys loved watched them gobble up the bread, I'm sure Ru wanted to try and stroke some of them at one point.











Once the bread was gone, we sat and watched them for a little bit longer and then headed off to the park, which is just around the corner from the duck pond.










They all had fun and Oscar handled it well, though he's taken himself off to the quiet room to have a lay down, so we shall see how tomorrow goes!


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Monday, 10 October 2016

Our Weekend // 8th - 9th October

This weekend was slightly more interesting than last.

Noah had a birthday party to attend, and whilst he was there having fun we took the other three boys to Pizza Hut for an early lunch.



Noah had a great time and even though its lovely seeing him making some really nice friends its heart-breaking knowing that in a few weeks he'll be leaving them behind as we head off to Norfolk!

Once home I decided to do some baking with the twins, I wanted to spend some one on one time with each of them, so they both made something different.



We were sent some cake boxes from www.bakewithlilianddex.co.uk*
Cake kits perfect for kids.


All the dry ingredients all measured out for you in one box, all you need to do is add butter and mix.
They were just perfect for a rainy day activity.
Alex made the Hairy Hedgehogs and Oscar made the Spooky Spiders.

They turned out amazing and something ill be buying in the future.
They put the store bought cake kits to shame!
You're doing real baking with out half the hassle!

In the evening we had a mum from school - Shelly (www.facebook.com/stomainateacup) whose little boy Tate is in the same class as the twins come over with her kids and partner for dinner.


We all had pizza and then whilst the kids played we sat and chilled out in the lounge.
It was nice to have other adults round, to have some normal conversation with.
Jon doesn't really like to socialize much (he's a proper hermit) but he even enjoyed himself and got on really well with both Shell and James.

On Sunday we went off to find a new park to let the boys run off some steam .... though saying that they didn't have much steam as they were all up till past 11 Saturday evening., and walk Ray.




He still cant walk to far without his wound opening up again, So whilst Jon did a quick lap the boys tried out all the different climbing frames and slides.
We then went on a hunt in the woods to find some things to make an autumnal collage for the twins homework.




I finished up the day by ironing all the boys uniform and chilling out with a cup of coffee.
Noah went off with Mia from over the road to the arcades down in Leysdown with her mum and dad.

What did you get up to over the weekend?
x


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**I was sent the product for free, all thoughts are my own

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Ru-bear


You know when you look at your child and just wish that they would just stay that way forever!?

Ru may be hard to handle sometimes but I don't ever want him to change!
We found a new park this morning and he loved exploring all the different climbing frames.

Once we move I'm hoping I can get on with getting him re referred for speech and language therapy and then if need be getting him assessed for ASD.



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