Monday, June 29, 2015

Day 1 of the School Holidays...Ice Skating

It is day 1 of the school holidays and I had a lapse of insanity. I thought it would be fun, to take the boys to the Ice Skating rink.  Mr 10 yr old decided he wanted to opt out of Ice Skating and spent 20 mins playing/chasing Mr almost 3 yr old.
Mr almost 9 yr old provided a countdown right down to the second, every minute... He was looking forward to it . Mr almost 7yr old, threw several tantrums at the lack of movement in the line and how it was taking too long.

Mr almost 9 and Mr almost 7yrs both landed on their bottoms a few times , but they had a blast.  They had never been Ice skating before an have concluded they want to try it again at a bigger rink.



Tuesday, June 23, 2015

No sleep ...and brownies

Tyson with his Brownies
The tiny one's sleep is no better lately, cold & flu season seems to have hit hard in the house.  I can not smell right now.

Tyson made brownies recently, they had beetroot in them (yes I know beetroot sounds weird but they taste pretty awesome)
Rich beetroot Chocolate brownies
Tyson will be going back to school next term, we are hoping it is a smooth transition. He is looking forward to cooking with his year level. His year level has a vegetable garden and they use the produce to cook in the kitchen.





Cody has been lucky enough to join a ASD study with the local children's hospital and research institute.So for the next, 4-6 months he will be monitored. He found it really weird to do the spit genetic tests.  He had a excellent mid year report.






Charlie, has started working with an Occupational Therapist,  Speech therapist& councilor . He has really taken a shine to them. He also had a great mid year school report.







Little Alistair, recently had to go to hospital  but has been in good spirits otherwise.  I can't believe he will be 3 soon. I have been busy organising his 3 year old preschool enrolment for next year. 


Slowly, I am getting through my 2 diplomas. I have RPL credits getting processed  for my Education Support Diploma. I have a to do list a mile long, for things I need to organise for next term. I think I will need a personal assistant or something!