The party the next day was at the church where The Boy does kinder which you think would be a good thing except that I pretty much have to carry him in to kinder every morning. They had a magician though and once he got started The Boy got into it and even participated in the show at one point.
I made lasagne for tea which got rave reviews all round, it was the first time I'd used that recipe and we got down to the house about 5:45pm. The girls had had a fun day catching lizards.
Look I don't know what they're up to, it doesn't look too enjoyable for the one on the bottom though. The Boy got stuck into his lolly bag - ooh that sweet and tangy taste of Whizz Fizz.
Next day the boys all got out early for some more gardening. The Boy did a good job sweeping the sand off the pavers. The girls were inside because they were both struck down with nasty viruses. I was introducing mum to flickr.
Then it's time to get changed and do the Father's Day stuff. You'd think that would be pretty easy but we had a fair bit of angst over the getting changed. Finally we managed it.
Here's the gang out to lunch. We're missing my brother, SIL and their 5 kids so a bit smaller gathering than usual.The Boy with Aunty. He's trying to get out of the photo.Keeping amused while we wait for food.
Father and son ...
Son trying to poke daddy.
My Big Girl having a rest - the panadol was starting to wear off.My dad's favourite party trick.
and as the final encore My Little Girl had a coughing fit after her icecream and vomited all over the floor.