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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up early, with a pair of small invading the bedroom, and
helpfully patting me etc. no doubt questing for the missing Mother.
Read the note I should have read yesterday, and discovered
another set of good things for picnics prepared in the fridge.
Spent a considerable time attaching a new baby-seat to my bike,
in conjunction with the trailer-bike.
Cycled off into town by back roads for some play-ground
goodness, E. apparently much pleased with her new cycling
experience. Picnic, play, ice-lolly, back home.
E. to bed, M. watching CBeebies videos on the BBC; and
demanding 'milk warmed up', and complaining of the service. Fair
sentiment, unhelpful articulation. Cleared and cleaned up
frenetically for J's return, tea, packed everyone to bed.
J. returned, Jacket Potatoe dinner appeared to work for
everyone, packaged H. & N. off to bed quickly; B. & A.
left, bed exhausted.
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