He loved pointing out the Mickey squares to Grandad...
We had lots of fun in the garden with him, hiding from Grandad but shouting to let him know where he was hiding. I don't think he quite got the concept of hide and seek but we had fun none the less.
His pirate den is his pride and joy adoring the chest that was made for it.
The trampoline and the bouncy castle were great fun in the garden and simple games such as "What's the time Mr Wolf" seemed to be a hit. We also had endless fun with a football.
Cake making was another great event, with lots of fun and laughter in the kitchen.
A visit to the farm was a great trip out. Wilbur seems right at home and is a budding farmer in the making. He was wonderful with all the animals and fed them with ease. He was really good at washing his hands after each contact with an animal and was a real delight chattering away to his hearts content, it was a real joy to watch him.
It was an incredible experience watching him milking the cow, he wanted to get milk for Granny's tea which made me smile. He was really good at it too far better than some of the adults having a go. He seemed to have a real affinity to the animals and was a great joy to watch.
A visit to the farm shop was in order to buy some of the delicious fudge hand made on the premises. We also sampled the goodies in the tearoom, well it would have been rude not to. The farm is local to where Victoria lives and is called Wroxham Barns, well worth a visit if ever you are in the area. There is also a delightful patchwork and quilting shop, I was tempted but stuck to my resolve of not buying anymore fabric until I get down the stash, it didn't stop me browsing though. There was certainly something for everyone in the shops and lots of inspiring combinations of foodie gifts put together in some great containers.
There is also a mini golf and fun fair which finished the outing off nicely. How have you spent the weekend, gadding about or relaxing? I intend to put my feet up for the rest of the day and catch up with some reading and maybe a little crochet...
See you soon.