So we set off for the short drive. We parked up at the vets end, it is too complicated to get to the river walk now since it was bought over a few months back and the new owners have built fences everywhere.
The children were like a pair of cows that had been cooped up in a barn all winter and set free, running off and bouncing in all directions. The majority of the time we were there they spent climbing trees.or on Bob's case trying to climb trees. I know he has just turned eight, but he seems to struggle with the concept of how to climb.
I kept having to instruct him on keep to the trunk, move your feet, keep your tongue in, and dont get your arms up and behind you else you will dislocate your shoulder.
|tongue out and arms at the back|
|starting on the lower trees|
|with much instruction to get this high|
|posing in the tree|
|will I jump or wont I?|
|along rather than up|
|Bob looking for Fifi|
There are also some very beautiful trees and flowers out at the moment.
|a small fly on the tulip|
|Fifi's favourite a purple tulip|
|my favourite, a red and white one|
|hugh rhododendron trees/bushes?|
|a pink rhododendron|
|Fifi showing the twins the tulips|
The two of them had a great time, enjoyed the freedom and the something different to do.
Poor little Dinky was all snotty and gunky and struggling to breath, not a happy bunny at all. Mummy ended up having to take them to A&E on Tuesday as Dinky was struggling to breath. The both have bronchiolitis so there poor mummy has had little sleep this week. He is a few days behind her. I would take them for half a day or overnight to let her get some sleep but as they are still breast fed then its not possible.
|the gruesome twosome.|