Thursday, November 8, 2018
Park, Tram, Sausages and nose
Hezekiah was very excited about telling me how he went down this VERY high slide. So I was really pleased Brendon managed to get a photo of he coming out.
Well done for being so brave Hezekiah.
The hope was that she would be happy on the tram, and she was once it started moving (then she realized it was like a car). Brendon had to hold onto her though as they waited to leave as she was very unhappy. Glad it was him and not me, as she is really strong. Once they were moving though, she enjoyed the tram.
As Asher and Hezekiah weren't in the same groups at the museum, Brendon wasn't able to get any photos of him. He came home with lots of fun stories though. What a great time they all had.
Asher thought the sheep would be good to ride. :-)
Below: A photo of Hezekiah with his group as they waited for Asher's group to finish off inside (Asher was over it by now and just enjoyed being outside in her buggy - watching everyone).
What a lovely day out.
On the way home Brendon stopped in to buy more Frankfurters for Anastasia. There was a bit of a discussion about which ones to buy, as the most expensive are gluten free and then ones a bit cheaper had loads of wheat (meat, water and wheat the main ingredients). We decided to rather go with the most expensive, but then they were totally out of stock.
So I told Brendon he may as well buy the even cheaper ones. I was SO surprised when he got home and I checked the ingredients. Of the 3 types, this one had the highest meat percentage AND they are also gluten free (they use rice flour rather than wheat). So I was so thankful. This is the only thing she is eating at this stage, so it's a real blessing.
RIGHT: Ruth making a new slime with tissue paper.
Fun and games this evening. So sweet to watch Anastasia playing with Hezekiah.
Thursday 8th: The sweet peas are looking nice.
I had Hannah at the doctor too, to get her nose cauterised as she has had a bleeding nose so many times over the last couple of weeks (3 times in one day earlier this week). It ended up only being one vein that was causing all the trouble, so hopefully this will help. And ice lolly treat on the way home for being so brave.