With Easter and the Commonwealth Games taking up a large chunk of April 2018 we still managed to fit in a trip to Toowoomba to see the boy’s grandparents. While we were there we went to the Cobb n Co Museum, to see the Di Vinci exhibit and to the Cinema to watch Peter Rabbit (Jasper’s first trip to the movies). We also went to the Toowoomba Library for their Alice in Wonderland Day, a cafe for some coffee and fairy bread, and the park (of course). The boys always have so much fun at Gran’s house!

I did some sewing in preparation for Addison’s dress up day, coming soon. Working on his Flynn Rider Costume that I’m making, finishing my first ever boys button up dress shirt. Jasper did some dressing up of his own, wearing the spider costume I’d made for Addi when he was in Prep. I made myself a play-suit too, however I’m not 100% happy with this one, love the cat fabric though!

We had our professional photo shoot done, that we had won first prize for, which was enough to get six images printed! They are beautiful photos, that I look forward to displaying proudly on the wall of our home. Thanks Sunlit Studios for our wonderful prize!!

Preston went back to school with a bang, earning his first Smiley certificate on assembly. Here’s to another wonderful school term in term 2!

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