Wednesday, 27 April 2011

I've been meaning to...

... stop by my little space here last Thursday to wish you 'Happy Easter', but it never happened.

... tell you how we spent the holiday, but, for some reason, I have no words for this either - it was ok, I guess.


Instead, I'll tell you what we did this morning: little one and I went to his godmother's (my best friend) for a visit. I've had some thing or other to do since we came here 12 days ago and this was the first time I relaxed and enjoyed the friendly chat. (check her tea-making 'equipment'; little one asked if we could buy it, too. 'Oh, of course, we can. Who am I to spoil the fun?')

Earlier in the morning, we had a great 'day out' with the caravan. It was so much fun! There was breakfast out in the open and then a bike ride around the lake... bliss. I'm so glad I've convinced my boy to 'choose' (ha!) the playmobil caravan instead of a hot-wheels something...whatever... Luckily, he enjoys playing with it as much as I do!




Hope you're all having a fabulous Wednesday!

What have you been up to lately? Do tell.



xxx


6 comments:

jabblog said...

I love those toys - I haven't any little ones young enough to appreciate them at the moment.

MyStory of HiStory said...

What a lovely morning! Sound simply delightful! So cute/sweet!

Sherry Smyth said...

Spending time with our children and with friends are some of life's sweet pleasures. I love that you and your son were able to play and enjoy a picnic with the playmobil! And I love your friend's tea ball...it's adorable. You must get one! :)

Happy@Home said...

Sounds like a wonderful morning and that tea ball is adorable.
The caravan looks like a whole lotta fun.

Sarah said...

That caravan is great! I am back at work now which has been fun but hectic!

The 4 Bushel Farmgal said...

I'm glad to hear you're having a wonderful break! And I'm sure your son enjoys having this time with you :)

I love the Playmobile caravan! My boys had some Playmobile toys when they were young. They're great toys for encouraging the imagination.