Time for a catch up on all things lockdown for us...
|We have been enormously thankful for the garden and the good weather the past few weeks!
|We still get to jump in muddy puddles sometimes though. (Esther LOVES her dinosaur coat!)
|As well as exciting indoor challenges like making the tallest Lego tower.
|This is what church look like just now
|And this was Easter Sunday's egg rolling. The slide was most helpful.
|I couldn't find Lydia one morning. It turns out she was looking for clothes!
|The girls get sent Sunday School activities each week. Here they are learning about Goliath.
|Of course, without a physical school to go to the girls often play schools. (yes, we do schoolwork with them in the mornings too - but they are much less willing to do that!)
|...and why not just go the full distance and wear our school uniforms too? (this was genuinely one of the days that Lydia say her teacher out on the walk)
|More wholesome games include hospitals - this is the sheet written up for one of the patients.
|Our house has rainbows in every window of course, but also this to welcome the postman every day.
|Work, of course, involves a lot of video calls for me. Sadly one of the meetings usually has bacon sandwiches provided, so I had to bring my own this time. Still good!
|The lack of groups and activities means we can do a lot more with our weekends, including clearing some odd jobs. Lydia and Esther needed some new under-bed storage, so I got a chance to make some decent boxes. Great!
|The older two have been promised more colours in their bedroom for months. So, here we go!
|Sleepovers are limited to just staying in your sisters' bedroom. Still fun though.
|Wednesday evening Kids Club is still on, but the crafts and dances are all a bit in-house.
|The girls have enjoyed a couple of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musicals on YouTube. Joseph was the best! This is them enjoying Cats.
|Naomi took it upon herself to make dinner last weekend. Jay provided instructions, then she took care of it all herself. Great job!
|Last week we saw ducks in the school playground when we were out for our walk.