Just a typical weekend...

I was looking at my blog and realised that I haven't written much in a while. I got to wondering, why? I put it down to being busy and not having time, then I realised about 5 minutes later that I'd just buggerised round for 5 minutes randomly clicking so I may as well just write something.

On Saturday, I had to work at the kids fair at the TSB Arena, good fun and nice to be able to take the family along to one of our promos. Running round like a madman on a stage with Camille for a couple of hours was fun, I still don't quite get the phenomenon that is 'speed stacking' but hey, I was into some weird stuff when I was a kid too.

Saturday night was the All Blacks vs South Africa and Camille's husband and I went along, I drove to their place and took the train in. Thank Christ for north facing seats - it was bloody cold! Long Johns are a wonderful invention. Superb game though. Only one South African in our area got booted out.

I got home a bit after ten and poor Anna was having a hell of a time with snotfaced kids. We're all a bit sick to be fair, so I was handed the young fulla - he's 4 1/2 months old now - and told to feed him why she tried to catch some kip. He sucked his bottle and we watched Planet of the Apes together. Good father / son bonding time. He then proceeded to wake every two hours through the night there after.

Went to a 2 year old's birthday party at the Karori Playcentre today, Sophie's mate Arthur. They ran round and played with playdough and ate saveloys and fairy bread. Now both kids are finally asleep. We love our children. And when they're sick, we love them more when they're snoozing.

We're going out to Queensgate this afternoon to window shop and be warm.

Saves lighting the fire.

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