Hi all Perthies! (and surrounds)
What's everyone's plans for this weekend? I'm looking for a little inspiration I'm currently still in my pjs but DS is raring to go
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16-05-2015 11:22 #1
What are your plans on this rainy Perth day?
16-05-2015 11:40 #2Senior Member
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Washing (using dryer) & on call tonight for work. Making cookies and might cut up nappy liners.
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16-05-2015 11:42 #3
16-05-2015 11:45 #4Senior Member
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I offered to do play-doh but they said no.
16-05-2015 11:51 #5
Craft, we've been doing this for nearly 2 hours! I think I'll make some playdough aswell :-)
And printed put some of his fav ABC characters to colour in :-)
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16-05-2015 11:59 #6
I'm not sure but we've already played trains, cars, ninjas, baked muffins and done drawings...and it's only 11am.
I feel it's going to be a long day!
16-05-2015 12:06 #7
That looks like so much fun @AmyEL
I feel like yesterday went very slow too @wobblyhorse
My sister wanted to go to the city for the medieval fayre in the Supreme Court gardens this arvo. I'm not so sure i want to be out in the rain
16-05-2015 13:13 #8
Just got back from the Bindaring sale at Claremont Showgrounds, my first time and I'm hooked. Gucci silk scarf, 1 other french silk scarf, 2 x work jackets, woolly wrap jumper, two kids leather jackets, Seed cardigain, French lambswool kids scarf, bag of accessories and a clutch $120 100% of which goes to Red Cross. Yay.
Lamb shoulder in the oven on slow for the Eagles tonight, veggie soup warming for lunch. $6 tickets for Cindarella at Innaloo so DD and I can snuggle and eat popcorn.
Rent inspection yesterday so the house is pristine.
I love rainy days!
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16-05-2015 13:24 #9
So far been to Coles, watched a movie, and have a casserole bubbling away on the stove for dinner. Ds2 is now having a nap, ds1 is playing Lego in the playroom and soon we will head off to one of ds1's school friends birthday parties. Tomorrow will be pretty much the same, ds1 has another school friends birthday party!
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16-05-2015 15:37 #10
My son has two bday parties, one at a play centre and one at a house. Thankfully I can bring dd along to both.
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