Tuesday, July 10, 2012

finally an update

So slack I have been. I think I do a bit to much fb and forget those not signed up for it. Since the last post. We have had all the family to Christmas. We did the massive drive to Bundaberg and back, vomiting all the way. Our children just do not do car trips well. Timothy has started big school and loves it. Matthew has started preschool and loves its. We had great success with growing our own veggies at our new house. And now we are expecting Nonna to visit us tomorrow for a week. Here are some up to date foozle pictures

Sunday, October 16, 2011

catching up with whats going on

Dear me,

Months pass and so many events not recorded upon the blog. We have been super busy since coming back from our UK visit. Ben's folks are almost in their new house. We spent the October holidays putting floorboards down. August was getting Matthew's ears fixed. And now we are approaching November we are thinking of moving the folks and Chelsea into the new place and of course Christmas. For Christmas, very exciting, as the youngest member of my siblings, I get to host Christmas for the very first time. I can't wait, my big sisters and their families are coming to stay in our beautiful new house.

Other events of course are, we went to the Bathurst race, wonderful as always. Matthew will be turning three at the end of October. And we have Timothy all enrolled for starting school next year. This past weekend we did a big surprise garden party for Ben's mum. It was a complete success and of course we have loads of food and drink left over. Any for some pics from the last few months.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

An English Adventure

Yes we are back in the beautiful land where the boys were born. Cambridge has felt just as homey as before. It is just lovely seeing and spending time with all our friends. We did well on the flight. The boys were in excellent form. Probable due to the fact another poor parent had a screaming child the entire length of the first trip. But Timothy was very happy chatting way, asking questions and exclaiming about exciting new discoveries. My favorites were 'Mummy look this plane has a remote control just like Auntie Jane has, isn't that funny' and during the silence between turbulance Timothy exclaims 'That was great fun, can we do it again'. Much to the amusement of the other travellers.

Here we are at Carluicucs (can't spell) and then at Cambridge markets

Playing with friends, Darcey, Sarah, and at the Natural history museum in London with Alice and Daniel

And the last pics are of our day around Cambridge. We saw fudge being made, went on a punt down the Cam river and shopped until we dropped. first pic by Matthew

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

two sleeps until we start our journey back to the UK. very exciting

Monday, May 23, 2011