Day 5: End of Christmas - The tree is down and this is all that's left. I like to keep one Christmas item out until the 12th night so this is it. I felt more than ready to take the decorations down this year.
Day 6: Ouch! - This is the photo of my youngest son sleeping. He was pretending to hang glide on my curtains (never a good idea in itself) when he knocked down a heavy wooden elephant ornament which landed on his toes. As you can imagine, he screamed the place down for ages and refused to have ice put on it. It was swollen and bruised and he cried himself to sleep.
Day 7: Dominoes - a rare photo of my two oldest children playing nicely together. The old fashioned games are the best.
Day 8: Reading - O brought me one of his treasured Thomas The Tank Engine books to read. We had a lovely time reading and looking at the pictures.
Day 9: Car Seat - I decided to move O into a high back booster as he looked too big for his old car seat. He was so excited and said that he's a big boy now, just like his brothers. It's very strange seeing him in this car seat. He's not my baby any more (well, he will always be my baby but he won't let me call him that!)
Day 10: Trains - O is brilliant at building train tracks. If I do make one for him he just takes it apart and changes it so now I leave him to it. He changes pieces around until it all fits together like a big jigsaw.
Day 11: Food! - we decided to go to our favourite restaurant in Cardiff for lunch. My boys love Bellinis Italian restaurant and order the same food every time we go, but it's great to see them enjoying their food so much. We did have to ask the waitress for more parmesan cheese a few times - the boys are addicted to the stuff!