The Boys have various gran and great grandmothers....I've ended up being called "Nan Pots"
I made it to Aberystwyth in an easy drive with one stop in Rhayadr. The first stop was three hours of Twins Club!! Only three sets this time! Another pair of hands is always welcome, but I didn't have to do much.
Having almost three year old snuggles, one each side , on the sofa as you watch childrens' TV.....can't fault it!
They're not perfect- who is? But on the whole they are well behaved and talking is progressing fast (and bilingually). Life is SO much easier when you can communicate, for both sides!
Today we went out on the bikes, myself on her best road bike and daughter on her other road bike with the Boys in their trailer. We went to Borth, by the sea, for another playgroup where they play with other children of anything up to five years of age, in a large hall. They can ride trikes and toys around, play with play-dough and all sorts of toys. We had lunch there before riding the longer way home.
It was a lovely day for a ride, despite the chilly stiff breeze.
Then making pastry for lentil pie, rhubarb (fresh from the garden) pie and redcurrant tart.
Just being part of Family, another pair of hands, someone else to read with and build brick towers....
Now it is route setting time to get to Knutsford tomorrow for 5.30pm, and collecting The Wizzard from work.