three boys

Every time I’ve told the boys that we’re going out over the last week, they have protested that they want to stay in and play with their Lego. It’s been a hard balance to get this holiday, as we have had so much on. Although, they always enjoy themselves once we’re out of the house, and don’t create too much of a fuss. They’re desperate to watch Mary Poppins, to do some crafts and keep talking about hot chocolate with squirty cream. I’m determined to do all three.

R: Rufus takes great pleasure correcting people that he is: “Three and a half”, not three. You’ve been warned.

O: People may say that a third child lacks attention, but I feel like Otto gets a lot of attention. A little too much perhaps. Not only from Jared and I, but from his brothers, all their little friends and his older cousins. Sometimes I feel a bit sorry for him – people lifting him, moving him and cuddling him, when all he wants to do is get on with his day.

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  1. 14th August 2017 / 10:53 pm

    Awwww they are so cute together !

    • 19th August 2017 / 10:10 pm

      They can be! 😉 x

  2. 16th August 2017 / 6:21 pm

    I often think A and T would play Lego al day every day if they could! Your two look like they adore each other – and I’m sure they adore their elder brother too. Athena has been telling people for weeks that she is ‘five and eleven twelfths’… It really gets worse! x

    • 19th August 2017 / 10:11 pm

      Lego is so handy…but such a nightmare to tidy away. It keeps them occupied for so long though. Hahaha! Athena! You are working it! x

    • 31st August 2017 / 8:58 pm

      Thank you so much x

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