We have blinds

My bedroom is dark. It is lovely. I’m going to go to sleep now. 
But as an aside, today I met in person my lovely friend Libida (note: not her real name) her lovely hubby-type person Fauxthepenix (also not his real name πŸ™ƒπŸ˜œ) and their adorable children type people: First (only girl aged 6) Second (boy aged 4) and Third (boy aged two)
Both TT and #1 Son adored them. #1 Son played and actively shared his toys and room
This is a huge deal as his room is his safe space!
Also in the chaos it was discovered that TT knows how to climb up into his bed 😱😱😱😱
Fortunately she has slightly more sense than the average lemming and just shouted for “mameeeeeeeeeeeeee” until rescued. 
But the door between their rooms will remain firmly shut. 
I had a lovely time and both myself and the hus-creature may have made a friend – as he and Faux were happily bonding over games. 
I’m still not allowed alpacas though😭😭😭
I may just have to steal Knit and Purl from Libida. 
(I am mostly joking)

Author: Fliss

Wife, mum (of two), yarn-obsessed cat-slave

4 thoughts on “We have blinds”

  1. One thing we used to do at this time of year when the children were small was going to a pumpkin patch. Not sure whether this exists in the U.K. But it is basically a farm that opens up to families and where you can pick a pumpkin, pet farm animals, go on hay rides, get lost in a corn maze, drink fresh apple juice and eat apple pie. We had such a great time we are still nostalgic! Fortunately some friends have a 18 months so we are planning a pumpkin patch trip with them. πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸŽƒπŸ½πŸ₯🐘
    Am sure there are plenty around where you live just google pumpkin patch near me. By the way have you considered a long term car rental?

  2. Hi Fliss,

    I am a bit concerned about your friends’ cheeky nicknames. Make sure the kids don’t overhear them! #1 son is in enough trouble at school as it is…

    It is absolutely amazing that #1 son was happy to share his safe space with his new friends. This will really help with his adaptation to a new universe. I hope those friends visit you again really soon.

    Domi’s suggestion about the pumpkin patch is brilliant. Are you going to go? It sounds wonderful and I wish I could join you.


    1. Oh don’t worry about that, #1 Son knows their real names – those are their online user names to keep a little anonymity πŸ™ƒ

      We are thinking about it – needs planning but could be a lot of fun

  3. Oh yes, it would be huge fun. Well worth renting a car for. I so wish I could join you, and, by the sound of it, so does Domi!

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