Little Sis loves books

After being so busy yesterday we spent the day at home today. Little Sis got some new shelves for her growing book collection. She had fun sorting out her favourite books and choosing what to put where. I see a Librarian in the making!


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The Art of the Brick

Today we headed to the East End to see The Art of the Brick exhibition at The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. Nathan Sawaya’s Art Of The Brick exhibition is created with millions of Lego building blocks and is unique in its scope which ranges from new conceptual pieces to replicas of iconic classical artwork.

The Art of the Brick exhibitionThere were more than 100 pieces of display ranging from Classical sculptures to the Beatles. Big Brother liked this huge dinosaur skeleton.

The Art of the Brick exhibitionLittle Sis enjoyed playing with the Lego tables at the end of the exhibition.

The Art of the Brick exhibitionAfter a delicious lunch at Wagamama in Spitalfields Market we headed over to Covent Garden to find some of the Shaun the Sheep sculptures. The first flock of 50 sculptures arrived in London today (28th March 2015), and are around until 25th May.

Another One Rides the Bus in Covent Garden West Piazza

Shaun the Sheep sculpture trailParadise Bunch in Earlham Street sponsored by Cath Kidston

Shaun the Sheep sculpture trailFlash in St Martyn’s Courtyard

Shaun the Sheep sculpture trailCandy Baa in Covent Garden East Piazza

Shaun the Sheep sculpture trailThen we met up with some friends for ice-cream in Gelatorino before heading home.

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Dinky Dancers

Little Sis and I went to our final Dinky Dancers session of the term this morning. I think she looked very grown up, especially with her hair up.

IMG_0940She was rewarded with a Certificate for her good work this term and an Easter egg too!

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