I have had both of these so far during the holidays. Last week I was working, so the boys went to the childminder or nursery and I managed to get into work early pretty much all week. My eldest had gone on holiday to Butlins with Laura from Tired Mummy of Two as he is friends with Laura's brother, so I only had to worry about getting the two little ones ready for the day. PJ had a great time from what he tells me. Thank you Laura for taking him with you.
This week I am home with the boys. We had planned to go out as a family to Legoland on Sunday, but as the boys weren't 100%, that had to be postponed until the next day. I was a bit worried about taking them by myself on the Monday without hubby there to support me, but thankfully, the boys didn't play up too much.
We managed to check out some of the new attractions, such as the Hero Factory and we also watched our first 4D movie in The Legends of Chima. Both of which were fantastic. I can see that I am going to have to buy some of the Lego Hero models for Aled's upcoming birthday! I was really impressed that the boys kept their 3D glasses on throughout the whole movie. Both the boys were fasinated with the movie and I caught Noah reaching out to try to touch the characters when the appeared to be really close! I was a little bit worried with how Aled would react to the 4D element of the movie, but when the 'rain' and 'snow' came down, he loved it. In all the times we've been to Legoland, I can't believe this is the first time that I've taken the boys in to the Imagination Theatre!
We also discovered that Noah is now well over 1m tall, meaning that he can go on some of the bigger rides. I couldn't wait to get the boys onto Pirate Falls. I think the picture speaks for itself!
|Enjoying a milkshake|
much better place. As PJ's sessions are 1-2-1 with the therapist, I took the little ones off for a donut and milkshake (well, mocha in my case).
As soon as PJ was out of his appointment, we then had to dash off to Windsor for Aled's check up at the eye hospital. It wasn't all good news for Aled though as after 6 months of wearing his glasses, his weak eye hasn't improved as much as it should have. Therefore, Aled now has to wear an eye patch for three hours a day. Thankfully, he is at a great age where we can tell him that
For the rest of the week, we have a trip to the airport to pick up my mum tomorrow and then a playdate with a friend at the new soft play centre that has opened up in my town. I'm also looking forward to our predicted warm day on Sunday and will hopefully manage to get out again then.
I hope you are having just as much fun as we are this Easter holiday!