Summer holiday wish list by Laura from Are we nearly there yet Mummy?

We chose this blog all bout a Summer Holiday Wishlist for this week’s Blog of the Week.  It’s by Laura from Are we nearly there yet Mummy?

I have the opportunity, this year, to spend loads of time with my children during the school Listholidays.

On Monday I let the children make their Summer holiday wish list. It was fairly easy, they each took it in turns to write two thing at a time. This is what they came up with;

  • Park
  • Cinema
  • Bowling
  • St Ives
  • Legoland
  • Use our pocket money
  • Farmer James’ Swimming
  • Kite flying
  • Picnic
  • Bookshop
  • Bike track
  • Seaside
  • Fishing
  • Library
  • Book shop again
  • Holiday to Scotland

It’s all a bit sensible if you ask me.

My list would have gone like this;

  • Visit Narnia
  • Eat toasted marshmallows and chocolate all day
  • Go camping
  • Make Mum and Dad slaves for a day
  • Zoo
  • Cinema at least four times
  • Create a Lego village on the dining table
  • Pyjama day
  • Sit in a bookshop for a few hours, mooching
  • Make a den and sleep in it
  • Slide down the stairs in sleeping bags
  • Paint in the garden
  • Water fight!

That just about covers it. So I think I’ll incorporate some of these into the first list and see how we go. What are you doing during the Summer holidays?

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