Monday, January 12, 2009

A Day in Daylesford...

Gosh, I´ve been looking forward to today for nearly two years, hahaha! I´ve never been to Daylesford, but had heard a lot about it. Also, having a friend living there I hadn´t caught up with in FOREVER, who had had a couple of children since last I saw her, just made it all the more attractive, so it was with great excitement that I hopped out of bed this morning and completely ignored my swollen and VERY sore right boob in favour of going on a short daytrip to Daylesford...

The boys also started their swimming classes this morning, so will include a photo of them just getting ready to go...

First off, goofing around in their togs...


Excitedly waiting departure for the swimming hall...






Wondering why he can´t go too...


At Daylesford, having discovered she forgot her sling, Leah educated us all in the making of a makeshift sling from a muslin wrap - Well, what a clever chickie!!!


Aw, kind of like the good old days at Richmond playgroup, hey? And nothing changes, Leah's still got a feeding baby at hand!


My own baby, sadly neglected because by this stage I'd discovered a rather large pustule on my right breast, the colour of Ari's outfit for the day, and painful enough to make it impossible for me to hold him to my body for fear of erupting in a volcano of puss inside my bra - ewwww, GROSS!


Priya and Sienna reacquainted after 3.5 years...


Liam, Jonah and Audrey try a spot of lake fishing, or is that branch swishing???


Farren enjoys an icypole in the shade of his "new" stroller...


Awww, a little bundle of joy - Owen (conjures up images of Audrey at the same age!)...


And, Tara with her girls (no, my photo skills aren't that poor, she didn't WANT me to include her in the photo, though I can't see why not, rofl)... Amber and Freya, gorgeous little earth angels soon to be two...

1 comment:

Leah said...

Ace photos! Thanks for taking one of Owen too, I forgot to take any of him LOL

Great day, so nice to see Tara and to be outside at the lovely lake too, must do it more often!

Teenagers and the failing parent...