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Project 366 2016 – Week Eight

After an epic week in France for half term, this week has certainly been quieter.

We started the week in Guernsey which was, quite frankly, a disaster. The only thing I can say about the island was it was CLOSED for business, even in half term, so we spent the day trundling from beach to beach in the high winds and driving rain. Thankfully the crossing home onboard the ferry was much better and no-one was ill. Isaac even got to meet the Captain.

Poor Sebby came down with Tonsilitis on the Monday and I had two sleepless nights with him with a temperature of almost 41 – these kids really know how to worry you, don’t they?

Wednesday saw Daddy take the kids to their swimming lessons and the one week I wasn’t there Eliza earned her 20m badge after months of hard work and Isaac got his 800m badge!!

By Thursday Sebby was feeling better so came out on the school run and on Friday Isaac finally earned his Doctor Who LEGO Dimensions for excellent behaviour at school and getting celebrated for his number bonds.

On Saturday we had a very a special visit to Thomas Land where we met up with some of my blogger friends and met the Fat Controller himself, much to Sebby’s delight!

Here is my week in pictures:

Week eight

51. The deserted streets of St Peter Port

52.  Poorly Sebby

53.  Another day snuggled with my poorly boy

54.  Celebrating their swimming badges

55.  Racing home from school

56.  Very pleased with his LEGO Dimensions reward

57.  Meeting the Fat Controller

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