All hands on deck

Finally the sun is shining in Lancashire.

Which means the timber for the deck is dry enough for Mr S to be able to get outside and start filling the big black hole in the garden with a lovely new deckLike any sensible woman faced with the man of the house doing DIY, I took the only option available to me, packed the kids up and went to the park.

We are blessed with a lovely park just a couple of miles away.

C’mon Mummy, the ducks are this way!

Whaddya mean you didn’t bring bread?

Milk please, Grandma. Ooh and a cookie too? Yummmmm!

Can we play too?

Ha! This walking lark is a breeze!

I don’t think we should jump, Puppy, do you?

If the weather is even remotely dry next weekend, the deck will be finished. But for now, we have two tired babies fast asleep in bed, chicken dinner about to be served and Mr S nursing a well deserved stiff drink.

6 Responses to All hands on deck

  1. Jane says:

    Think you had the best bit, lol. You won’t know yourselves once the decking is done

    • pendlestitches says:

      I have to agree…and I can’t wait for the garden to be finished so the kids can have some space to play properly. They do love being outdoors.

  2. Ah they are adorable…and what a lovely park to go to.

    • pendlestitches says:

      We are very lucky as we have 2 lovely parks within 5 minutes drive of us, and a super play park with climbing frames and the like about 15 minutes away. It’s a Godsend, I can tell you!

  3. Jenny says:

    *Too cute* I love that piccy with the Teddy! x

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