. Yesterday Little Miss went to London for the day with Dadonthebrink. There was some official business combined with museum visiting fun involved. In the evening, before they got on the coach home, they opted for a McDonald’s dinner. McDonald’s are currently including a pedometer (a step-counter gadget) in their kids meals. After dinner they [...]
. . Little Man had asked for a special Lightning McQueen cake for his 3rd birthday. I made the base as described in my previous post. Then it was time to get on with icing. By this time Baby had fallen asleep. It was past 11 pm and in discussing how to go about it [...]
. . Little Man had requested a Lightning McQueen cake for his third birthday. I had toyed with the idea of just popping down to the supermarket for a cake, but then decided home-made would be cheaper, bigger and better quality. Little did I realise what I had let myself in for: I asked my [...]
. . We had a day out with Thomas, the tank engine on Sunday. It was a special day at the Didcot Railway museum: Thomas and his friends came to visit. The museum has an extensive collection of Great Western Railway steam engines, coaches, wagons, buildings and small relics; and a recreation of Brunel’s broad [...]
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. . . Balaton-felvidéki Nemzeti Park (Uplands National Park) Day two of our sailing adventure started very well indeed- Everyone woke at 8. Hurray, we got a lie-in! (Did you miss part 1? Just click here. ) The sun was high, there was a pleasant breeze and the boat was gently swaying on its anchors. [...]
. . This summer we had planned a long stay with my parents in Hungary, where it get very hot, with high UV radiation. Both Littlins have sensitive skin, so I have to choose the sun cream very well. They have had some nasty rashes before from some brands. In gearing up for the summer [...]
. . I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. Albert Einstein How can we ensure that we nurture the imagination of the next generation? . . .