I recently realised that I hadn’t looked at what was on my camera since the twins turned two. So, having spent the best part of the evening sorting them out, here are a few (okay, all) of the better ones.
The Twins Turn Two
And this is the first set of photos, going all the way back to June when the twins turned two.
Cheftastic, or: the time Macsen made a tiramisu
A bit of an interlude this one, but it has to be said that Macsen is very good at making tiramisu.
Kabouterdag in Kasterlee
Sunday, September 9th was Kabouterdag in Kasterlee, a day long celebration of and for the little ones involving stories, activities and a leisurely walk through the Kabouter forest.
The event was remarkably well organised and much fun was had by all.
We’re into the middle of November, and that means it’s time to start thinking about next month’s seasonal festivities. This is why it was that we found ourselves spending Sunday travelling to The Netherlands for the first annual visit of Sinterklaas.
It seems to be an annual event that our internet, TV and telephone provider invites their customers to a free day out in Plopsa Hasselt. They probably invite other customers to other locations, but Hasselt is the closest to us and, therefore, where we find ourselves the weekend before Halloween.
I realised a few days ago that today is Darwin Day and it occured to me that this would be a good excuse to find a sciency type gift for Macsen. Unfortunately, this is something I completely failed to achieve. What we did achieve, though, is a stonegrill at the Luihoeve.
It’s been a couple of months since I looked at what was on my camera, but I have finally gotten around to copying the photos to my PC and sorting them into folders. This, then, will probably turn out to be the first of several posts as I go through by backlog of snaps.
And where better to start with the trip we took to Antwerp zoo back in February, where Macsen discovered he had a real talent for stamping train tickets.