O loves going to see the chickens. He happily wanders around the enclosure with his little cup of mixed corn and grains scattering it about while I get on doing the things I need to. He’s even happy to sit and let all the chickens gather round him close, I thought he might freak out a little when the cockerel got right up to him but they just eyed each other up and Stampy got on with pecking about!
Last summer I shared this pictured of LM and her best friend A when they were about 6 at a summer fete.
I wonder if we can get them to do it in another 6 years when they are 18, now that is one I would love to see 😉
How do you like their time hop photo? Have you ever recreated old photos like this?
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For the last few weeks we have been using kinesiology tape to help LM’s Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (hypermobility type). This condition makes her joints very loose and also screws with her proprioception (knowing where her arms and legs are without looking). Apart from looking funky it does actually stop her shoulders from dropping out of the socket.
This is about the fourth time we have applied it now and this time O decided he needed ‘yip’ on his arms too and wasn’t happy until he had some, just like his big sister!
Yesterday I posted about our impromptu visit to Margam Park. Here is a close up of Margam Castle, which is actually a Gothic Tudor Mansion. I love visiting this country park, you could could quite happily spend all day here wandering the grounds!
I love making pizza.
Our youngest cannot tolerate dairy or soya. This makes pizza night a slightly more awkward affair than it used to be. Have you ever tried to find dairy free “cheese” that isn’t made from soya? Well they are few and far between.
I managed to find this particular pizza cheese online. It has a weird way of melding together rather melting but O thoroughly enjoyed his pizza and he still has lot’s of slices frozen for our next pizza night!