Sunday saw our annual egg hunt :)
Squidge, Moppet and I had a trip to see Big Hero 6 (which was BRILLIANT) at the cinema, and had a quick game of air hockey on the way out.
Sprout played chubby bunny with the easter marshmallows :)
Squidge helped Gruff pump his tyres up before they went on a little ride and he showed Squidge some wheelies too :)
They all had some ice cream, and Sprout used the money that his great aunt sent him for easter, to buy all his friends ice cream when the van came round. <3 him :)
Sprout had the idea for a Doritos taste test, which Gruff won :)
Squidge and Moppet did some geoboard pictures.
Moppet played with her zhuzhu hamsters :)
Sprout joined in :)
We went to the home ed park meet on a *very* sunny day
Moppet played with her animal habitats sticker book
Squidge and Sprout painted their Easter egg ornaments.
Squidge played the Tate's Secret Dancer which we hadn't been on for ages.
Sprout skyped with his friends and played on the Mineplex server.
Moppet made some dough ice creams.
The boys had some friends round to play, they all played various Xbox games together and played lots of 'don't touch the ball' on the trampoline.
Squidge showed one of his friends how to make balloon animals.
Sprout spent the night with his grandparents, they all watched the ISS come over plus they did a jigsaw together, then went shopping together the next day and Sprout bought a few things with some birthday money he had left still.
Squidge, Moppet and I had a spur of the moment trip to Prestatyn with friends :)
Next day Moppet helped me decorate an easter cake to take with us to their grandparents' house.
Squidge played some Lego minifigs app.
We all played twister.
And, most excitingly, they all got to spend some time with their baby cousin :)
We cut the easter cake and found the surprise hidden inside :)
Sprout showed his auntie some of his games and told her about them, and played with some of his uncle's vintage transformers and got some tips :)
There were also some surprised reactions to Squidge saying he'd had enough cake (perfectly ordinary behaviour from him thanks to radical unschooling principles, but I forget it's not expected of children!) One for another blog post maybe :)