Here are the latest boots for our new little man;
The picture's not too brilliant, sorry. The cuff is twice the length of the last pair and they look really yummy and cosy warm. I am showing you these and smiling.
Tomorrow morning the midwife will be delivering my home-birth pack!!!!!!! :-D
The children and I went to clinic on Friday and the result of my blood test from last week wasn't there (the words arse and elbow spring to mind) so she rang the hospital. 10.5. Can't quite believe it! Nearly kissed the poor woman. It's still quite low and I will have to continue chewing nails for a long time yet but they no longer class me as a high risk so I can have my baby here at home with all my family and all my own things. I am so relived and can't wait for him to arrive.
Anyhoo, getting back to today (blogger jumbled up my pics) after lunch feeling like bad parents for making our children rest and watch crap telly we decided we ought to venture out for the afternoon. We drove a little way down the road to Ribchester to visit the Roman Museum and walk by the river.
We walked around the Roman Bath;
Then in the museum itself we saw some beautiful finds from the digs of the site.
Beautifully delicate rings;
Yummy glass beads;
And there were an awful lot of these;
They really were everywhere;
Blimey, almost didn't know where to look! The child in me thought them quite funny really, how sad am I?!
Then we wondered through the church yard and found some lovely ladies in the church hall selling homemade cakes and tea and coffee. We sat at a lovely table and ordered three (rather large) slices of chocolate cake for the little people, I had a chocolate meringue, Simon had a scone with jam and fresh cream, we had two cups of coffee and three lemonades all for just over a fiver! We may go back just for afternoon tea and a walk by the river.....
Hope you are all having a lovely bank-holiday weekend whatever you're up to?