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... We went for the sledge first. Brody was off and into it straight away, big smile on his face and hung around the adults for one trip - then he was just running up, and flying down, the sledge, the luge, the donuts, the mini donuts, the luge, the luge, the sledge.....he was effusively happy! A good start for the snow week! Marni, faced the sledge with brave and focused determination. Her face was serious all the way. Once ...
... tea and ended up having lunch there before the trek back.
In the afternoon Nanny, Grandpa and Uncle Mike took Alexander, Lincoln, Rosie, Brody and Marni of to a pantomime (Aladdin) in Lancaster.
Matt and I went for a walk to the Midland hotel, back along the seafront, through Morecambe village. We had and Irish and Bailey's coffee and then braved the icy 1 degree conditions on the way back...to the mayhem of family dinner.
... No no not in the puddle....splash.....Lincoln, Alexander don't go in the ....splash splash....hee hee hee....Dylan stay out of there...splish splosh!!!!
Brody played with them (staying out of the puddles). He went on the flying fox, over the obstacle course, back on the flying fox and in the big swing. Marni was a bit quieter, in fact I don't think her new ...
... Suzy arrived.
Christmas lunch was Roast turkey and veg, with christmas pudding. There was 8 adults, 9 children all sat round the table.
After lunch we went for a walk around the block with the kids. I carried Marni at least for half of it. Christmas night, was Suzy, Dave, Matt and myself from about 8pm! Roz wasn't well, Rob was checking the gas meters. Yep, that's right, Rob ...
Matt returned and we went for a quick walk to Bare and the Morecambe seafront to and made sure that we were back in time for the arrival of the Embrey family, Liz, Mike, Alexander, Lincoln and Annabelle. The Morecambe seafront was blowing a gale and was very icy cold - a northerly wind.
Liz and Co arrived and we had a family afternoon together with Suzie's clan, ...