|Me with DD1 in the February sunshine|
and her first day at school
|in a hand knitted cardigan along with DD2|
to my first's first born, the first pictures of Fifi my first grandchild
|born at 29+6 weighing 3lb 3 oz|
and her first day at school
|Fifi with Bob - who would not stand still|
not to mention the older two grandchildren meeting the first set of twins in the family, their twin brother and sister.
|Bob peers at them both|
We have had some adventures together over the years with the older two from sleepovers, baking, playing games, days out, you name it we have made memories.
So when I saw the opportunity to share these first I felt I had to join in.
Have to say with the twins the firsts are a little bit more difficult. When you have one of them you can give them undivided attention while you walk along a road or let them take a bike or a pushchair for a walk, but near a road it is difficult to feel safe with two of them when one will charge off in front and one will walk sedately. It certainly gives the arms a workout as they stretch in seperate directions. But we have managed our first time of taking their bikes to the park,
Our first trip to the beach needed two adults to go as this was also their first trip on a bus and to get two of them complete with buggy and bag onto a bus by myself was just to much.
|on the bus with DD3|
But we had fun running and playing and into the beach park afterwards.
Going to the local park is now much easier as I just put them on their reigns and walk them. We went last week in the rain, and yes we got wet and muddy but they change and their clothes wash when we get home.
|splashing in puddles|
The weather here has been amazing for a few weeks now, apart from one day of rain ( the day we went the park!!) it has been great. So yesterday we had our first picnic in the garden for this year.
|enjoying their picnic|
Part of what they had for their picnic was Petits Filous, we could not get hold of any of the new my Firsts Petits Filous
NEW My First Petits Filous is specially tailored for children from 6 months. Made from 100% naturally sourced ingredients, My First Petits Filous is low in sugar and contains calcium and protein which help little ones grow strong bones!
and my goodness me what a difference in their eating style, Dinky has not spilt a drop on her pretty dress
|not a drop was spilt|
Minky on the other hand has more on him than in him I think. These tubs are a great size, big enough for wee ones with no waste.....well apart from what goes down them of course.
|him on the other hand.......|
Anyway we cleaned him up and later on we brought out ice lollies. Not just any old ice lollies, but frozen Frubes, These are a great addition to a pack lunch box when out and about, help to keep other foods cold and if too soft to eat as a lolly can still be eaten thawed.
|eating Frube ice lollies|
Lilly got to share Minky's one
|well even a dog likes to eat healthy|
Meanwhile Dinky played away with the tea pot pouring out everybody numerous cups of tea
|making cups of tea|
Minky as per usual created havoc, first to get it were the "snap snap" pegs to you and I, digging in the stones, playing with buckets of water, trying to climb the clothes poles, picking up small rocks, and walking round with a pan on his head.
|a pan on his head|
He also helped Granddad in the greenhouse, Dinky would not go in for some reason.
Put together a few video clips. Have to laugh as Dinky does tell you she has not spilt any on her pretty dress.
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