We had a really adventurous weekend, as it was so lovely and unseasonable. We went to Spitalfields Market on Saturday, where we failed to buy anything except lunch and a coffee. I want a work box, but by the time we went back for it, it had gone. Simon bought one on ebay instead, which is in Hove - we are sending Jim to pick it up, hopefully it will be here soon.
As you can see, we found the giant fibre glass rabbits, and had lots of fun on them.
I thought we might be a bit more calm on Sunday, but no. We went to the Bunny Park after church where we saw the animals, Lucy had a minor meltdown, and we played for many hours on the swings.
We then went to Kew, where we had the first picnic of the year. Bit cold, but with a coat on, it was lovely, and of course a real bonus to be eating outside during February. Harriet is now a big girl, actually, and can drink from a carton of orange juice, without my help thank you.
She is now walking, Harriet fans, which is exciting and depressing at the same time.
The main reason we went to Kew wasn't just to tire the children out so they'd stop bugging us for ten minutes, we wanted to see the orchids. They were very beautiful. I let Lucy take some photos, which are a combination of rubbish and actually not bad. They are available for viewing on Facebook, these are mine.
I wonder why I am knackered all the time.