Summer Holidays 2013 – Day 15 1

Summer Holidays 2013 – Day 15

Summer Holidays

The day began with a spot of story time with Nanna, you know if you let them the tiddlers would happily sit there and let you read stories to them all day.

Summer Holidays

I have been to Burghley House for picnics countless times and for whatever reason, I don’t think I have ever managed it on a sunny day??? But do you know what? It really doesn’t matter because I have always had great days there, it is such a beautiful house that I will never tire of looking at it. Little Bean asked me if I would like to live in a house like that and it got me thinking, as much as I would love to live in a big house and I love how beautiful it looks, I like things a little bit more modern. I don’t think I would like to live somewhere like Burghley House, it’s a great place to visit and admire from afar but no, I wouldn’t want to live there.

Summer Holidays

After our picnic, we went for a walk into Stamford and I am SOOOOO pleased that I opted to take the Stokke Crusi with me. Little Bean might be 5 years old now but she can still be a lazy little lady sometimes so she and Beanie Boy would take it in turns to have a ride on the long walk and that is the purpose of the sibling seat.

Summer Holidays

Some days my little tiddlers drive me CRAZY, they each have such strong characters but I wouldn’t change them for the world. They are cheeky little monkeys, they have a great sense of humour and they don’t back down – not even against their Mummy!! Perhaps that part needs a little work!!

Summer Holidays

When we got home Jelly Bean had a spot of playtime and giggles with Nanna whilst Beanie Boy had a nap and Little Bean and I set to work on a spot of t-shirt decorating courtesy of Yellow Moon (review post to follow shortly). Little Bean chose to create a ‘Hello Kitty’ t-shirt whilst I created a Toy Story t-shirt for Beanie Boy. I know he would have preferred a Buzz Lightyear one but that was a little too complicated for Mummy.

What did you do today?

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