Better late than never, but here is Part 2 of our Summer. We love sharing our adventures with you, and picking the best photos to show you too. It captures our memories and it is lovely to look back on what we have been up to. This is what we got up to in August.
1st – Recovering from Camp Bestival! Weather horrendous – torrential rain but it did dry up a bit. Mummy popped to see Uncle A before they left for home. They had been staying locally for a few days. We met Daddy for lunch at Heatherton for an hour. We had a Birthday meal in the evening at The Mulberry for Luke.
3rd – Wet. Windy. Urrgghhh. Mummy worked, I played at home and watched Transformers movie then we met Nana and Grandad at the garden centre for coffee.
4th – Mummy was recovering from sickness. It was a lovely hot day but Leah was ill too. We drove to Saundersfoot
5th – Lovely sunny hot day. Mummy still not well. Daddy took Luke and I to Carmarthen.
6th – Luke now poorly with sickness Leah, Mummy and I went out for Sunday lunch). Getting ready for glamping. Weather not great
7th – We travelled to Milton Keynes and arrived at 3.30. The weather was ok. We were having a few days glamping with the Camping and Caravanning Club.
8th – Rain rain rain. Went to a nearby shopping centre and Ikea.
9th – Rain again. We went to Bletchley Park and had a fantastic day even though it rained all day.
10th – Lovely sunny day (Thank goodness!). We went to Thomas Land at Drayton Manor.
11th – Another lovely day but we were driving home. It was raining at home
Saturday 12th – We went to Stackpole with Daddy. It was a lovely warm sunny day.
13th – Another lovely day. Went over to Saundersfoot with Stephen (Lea’s boyfriend) and met Nan and Grandad
14th – Rain. Again. Terrible rain. Went to Milford to go bowling but it was booked up so we had lunch, the teens and I played pool then we went home.
15th – Tuesday, a lovely dry warm day. I went to Folly farm with Lea and Mummy. Nana and Grandad joined us later.
16th – Rain, wind uurrgghh! Went to Milford Marina for lunch with Lea and Stephen, in the morning I watched movies whilst Mummy worked. And again in the afternoon!
17th – A bright sunny day. Went to Saundersfoot for coffee and ice cream.
18th – Friday. The weather wasn’t great. Mummy worked, we watched movies and went for coffee at Bubbleton.
19th – Saturday. A fairly sunny day but windy with heavy showers. We went to Haverfordwest and Wetherspoons for lunch.
20th – Sunday. It started ok but became very wet, grey and chilly. We met Nan and Grandad in The Lounge in the afternoon. Luke and I (with Mummy) met Daddy for tea.
21st – A damp grey day. Lea and Mummy travelled by train to get our new car. I stayed at Nana’s with Luke.
22nd- Stephen came over. We all went to Heatherton and then Saundersfoot.
23rd – We went to new cafe – Martha’s Kitchen that has opened at a garden centre for lunch. We had a quick visit to the beach too.
24th – Luke’s has his GCSE results and did SO well! All B’s and C’s (only 1 D) despite the struggles he has had. We had breakfast in Saundersfoot and popped to the park.
25th – Warm and quite sunny. We had an awesome Vauxhall car delivered for us to review. Stayed home playing Monopoly while Mummy worked.
26th – Warm and sunny then grey . We walked from Stackpole to Stackpole Quay. Had lovely scones and coffee.
27th – We went to Manchester for a few days with Premier Inn. The Vauxhall Crossland X was lovely!
28th – In Manchester, visited Trafford Centre and went for a meal with Great Nana. These are my big sisters, aren’t they gorgeous!?
29th – Manchester. We saw Great Nana again before we spent the evening and had a meal at Mummy’s cousins house.
30th – We travelled back home from Manchester.
31st – Thursday and a lovely warm sunny day. I had my hair cut short for the first time in my life! We went to Bubbleton Farm for coffee. In the evening Nan and Grandad came over for Chinese and a game of Monopoly.
You can read all about the first part of our summer here.
So, another busy month for us! It seems like sooooo long ago now we are in October with chilly days and Halloween around the corner.