Sunday, April 27, 2014


"A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2014."

Harrison: Look no trainer wheels! We're so proud of you buddy mastering your big boys bike!  You took no time to get the hang of it in just one afternoon.
Amelie: In your element doing crafts; painting ceramic Easter eggs with water colours.
Finley: Always smiling.  We've noticed a definite change with you in the last couple of weeks, not our little baby anymore, you're so knowing.

We welcomed the first week of the school holidays after such a busy term.  It was so good just to take it easy, spend some more time with Nana while she was still in town, pratice the biking skills and enjoy some easter crafting with the kids.

We left on Good Friday (and Matt's birthday!) for our road trip up the east coast, from Sydney to Kingscliff which is just north of Byron Bay.  It is a long drive - nine and a half hours! so we split it into two days and stopped half way in Port Macquarie for the night.  The kids were amazing in the car and we saw some great scenery along the way.   Some highlights being our visit to the Koala hospital, walking around the prison ruins at South West Rocks,  and seeing a huge goanna (monitor lizard) walk in front of us on the path up at the picturesque Smoky Cape lighthouse.  It was the first time we've seen one in the wild so we were all super excited!

*I'm a bit late with this post due to me being away! This weeks post coming in the next few days!

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