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... is salivating and makes his own meat feast chilli pizza. He cannot stop talking about the pizza bases and how good they are. When I say cannot stop, I really mean it. It is all he says for 1.5 hours!
Then we tell Shea that because she ate her dinner nicely Barbie popped in and dropped off a DVD for her. She is so, so excited and the kids can’t stop talking about the visit from Barbie.
We bath ...
... down to the school holiday ice skating rink. Luke and Alex have a half an hour of ice-skating. They love it have brilliant fun and provide
us with a lot of entertainment. I suggest
to Leonie that maybe she does not want to laugh so loudly at her own
children. But apparently she
does. She then starts laughing at other
people’s children. I try and get her to
stifle her laughs but it is futile.
We then head over ...
... of about 12, I couldn't think of any child I know who would have enjoyed it (although I'm sure my adult SGS class of last year would just love it!).
To get over our "oldness" we parked the car back at the hotel, then walked down to Cold Rock. I LOVE Cold Rock.... For those who don't know what this marvellous shop is, it's an icecreamery. Not just any old icecreamery though! You pick your flavour (I had raspberry ...
... into his brother bear stories.
We put on some Wiggles and the boys love it. Every time a song comes on they both get up and dance. Very cute.
I rustle up toasted sandwiches for lunch. Good stuff.
We then do some cupcake decorating with the boys – and riley is delighted to decorate cake with chocolate. Woody is more focussed on the eating rather than the creating. But that’s okay, it’s Friday.
We get to Justin’s around 9am and the girls are pretty hyped to see Grandma. The kids ride bikes and play on the bikes and manage to get filthy. The girls are happy and gorgeous and even indulge Elwood and let him continually 'rescue’ them, despite them never really being stuck anywhere. Woody does love a rescue. I manage to walk a load of dirt and grass through the house which Justin was not so chuffed about. He can ...