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 My mother is away visiting her sister so I have been able to spend a week with the kids. The weather has also been kind so we have been outside a lot.

Pizza for supper on Monday went down very well, unlike the angel delight which received a mixed response at The Grays – Beau divided her portion out amongst the others!

The sand pit is a huge hit again this year.

That’s the view from sitting in our garden at the table – don’t think the kids realise how lucky we are, despite Wyn’s new found timidity around the cows! 

The first picture just reinforces my need for a girly night out – we have so many half finished conversations on the go my brain can’t cope!

Wyn was wiped out after playing at the park – properly catching flys in this picture!

Love the last one which Beau took in the car – grinning at his big sister 😍

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Our children are so cute sometimes, snuggled up together and on other occasions I can see their horns!

Have given this coffee machine a new home since it’s services are no longer required at the hotel – lucky us!

This little boy was wiped out and had a snooze on Granny’s sofa. At the time I was thinking he was about to get sick but we were spared this time!
We decided it was time for the little man to graduate to the cot bed. He looks so cute in his tiny bed – I also love that he comes into our room in the morning and tells me “out bed”.

Wedding preparations all day Friday – the bride made hundreds of little cranes. They looked fab hanging in the garden.

The weather on Saturday was superb and the wedding was lovely. We are so lucky to play such an important role in someone’s wedding. Job satisfaction – tick.

Sunday afternoon was family time spent in the garden and going for a bike ride in the village. Beau snapped this picture with my phone whilst Jon was taking photos of her. Like the filter she chose too! 

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We entered a team in the Dragon Boat Racing at the country fair. We never do well – we’d probably perform better if we paddled backwards but it’s good fun and we were racing money for The Max Appeal which supports children with DiGeorge Syndrome – a worthy course.

Loving my summer twist on a French manicure – really pleased with them.

Both children have been poorly for a few days with high temperatures and a loss of appetite – both slept with me that night. Jon had the sense to sleep on the sofa! 

We picked up Beau’s birthday present ready for the weekend – it is just perfect for her with it’s little basket on the front.

#selfie – need I say more!

On Saturday we went to a birthday party – Wyn was delighted because he could play with a balloon uninterrupted.

Sunday was Beau’s 4th birthday! We had her party at the hotel after we abandoned plans to have it in the village park due to awful weather! British summer at it’s best. It was a great afternoon and the last minute bouncy castle was perfect she had an amazing day.