Today I booked the kiddies into school clubs so they could play and eat in a clean environment, whilst Anglian Water fixed our drainage issues. They discovered the issues: blockage was due to a collection of wipes. Apparently it’s the same as putting a tee shirt down the toilet as they simply do not disintergrate. It’s not our fault, although I cannot hand on heart say the kiddies haven’t contributed, it’s a collection from the street. Ew! We’ve now got to wait for the insurance companies to sort out the next stages: cleaning and replacements etc. Fingers crossed it all comes together soon and we can get back to normal. I feel yucky. I’m really grateful to my babies, they’ve been really good about it all and it’s helped a lot. They sat and watched trolls tonight. It’s their favourite thing. They sit and watch it without moving.
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On Saturday we took a little trip to Norfolk to try out BeWILDerwood, we drove past it everyday when we stayed at Hall Farm Cottages in Ludham and we have been desperate to go since then. The weather looked dry and mild on Saturday so we knew it was the right time to go. BeWilderwood is in Hoveton, very near Wroxham, it’s a lovely area if you are planning a holiday as there is so much to do.
Today has literally been CRAP! I had a phone call at lunchtime telling me to get home as the house was flooding! WHAT??! I got home to a completely ruined conservatory full of furniture, toys and 95% of our towels ruined. It took Anglian Water 6 hours to get to us, hubby had to sweep the water out of the back door constantly else the kitchen would have flooded too. Apparently there was a blockage in the main sewage pipes 50 metres to the right of our house, we are the end of the line and therefore cop it if there is a blockage. He managed to clear it which was great, but unfortunately the blockage has blocked our internal plumbing which means we have to wait until tomorrow before it can be sorted! Our house stinks. Sewage all over our belongings and furniture – its disgusting! Why can’t people just throw things away instead of put everything down the toilet? It doesn’t disappear into thin air! *rant over*
Isla and Noah had great fun at the bowling party for their friend today – Isla won her game. She had no idea what it all meant but she was happy with her score: 107! Better than Mummy. It was a great idea for some fun on a Sunday.
Welcome to 2017’s collection of #SilentSunday photos, today is 19 February 2017. Today’s photo is from our trip to BeWILDerwood yesterday. We had so much fun, I cannot recommend it enough for families! I love all of the photos that are linked up and I would love to see this grow each week with new people linking up. I also love your comments, so a big thank you to everyone who joined in. Don’t forget to grab the badge and join in below…
Today we drove to BeWILDerwood and we had the most fun we have had in a long time. It was amazing. Imagine a great big forest with things to do in every direction. Noah’s favourite part was the scary slide, which was a vertical drop and Isla’s favourite part was the face painting. They had such happy faces throughout the day, it was lovely.
Today was a busy day: the children had a day with Nanny and I went to work (my long day) then straight to my friends house for a crochet date. Which basically entails wine, chocolate, girly chats and crochet. I managed to crochet four rows on the blanket project, which is 600 stitches – I didn’t think that was bad for multi tasking.
London is a great destination for everyone and it has something for people of all ages. While the city is well-known the world over for its vibrant nightlife, it is also a great places to visit with your family. Whether you are planning on bringing a baby or a toddler to London, there are plenty of fun and exciting things that you can do to keep them interested. Here are a few of them.
Today the children had their last day at holiday camp, which they have hated, and I picked them up a little earlier to go to Great Grandmas. I also had to take Snoopy to the vets for another operation, that’s the third lot of general anaesthetic in six months the poor thing! I also did some gardening and tidying. A busy and productive day!
On February 3, 2017, I went in to hospital for a Colposcopy and came out with having the LLETZ treatment. You can read about the procedure and treatment here. I received the results this week and I have to say, I didn’t realise I was worrying but the good news felt like a house had been lifted from my shoulders. Below is a little account of the infection symptoms and what my results mean if anyone would like to know…