We heard that our local park had had a bit of a makeover so, as the sun was shining, we decided to go and check it out. We took the bikes too so they cycled round the park a few times first. Then it was time to explore the new playground.
Everything had been replaced and there was plenty to keep them busy and test their skills. The playground is always full of people and the children had so much fun trying everything out. One of us may have got stuck at the top of the climbing frame but his younger sister showed him how to get down!
After their weekly swimming lesson we headed to Roxbourne Model Railway which has recently opened for the year. We all had a ride on the train before enjoying an ice cream and heading home after a busy day.
Today we ventured over to the other side of London to see a very special exhibition.
Both the children like the Clanger so I knew they would enjoy the latest exhibition at the Museum of Childhood – Clangers, Bagpuss & Co.
After we had looked round the exhibition we explored the rest of the museum. The children found plenty to keep them busy.
After lunch in the cafe we took the bus to Spitalfields, the children got to sit upstairs on the bus which they loved!
It’s been a while since we last popped into the West End but as Dad broke my favourite Orla Kiely mug he kindly insisted on buying me a new one. We took the tube to Covent Garden and visited our favourite shops, picking up a new mug in Orla Kiely!
I was treated to an early Mother’s Day lunch at Wagamama which caused these two to go slightly silly.
Luckily there was plenty to keep them busy in Covent Garden.