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Please share the special moments....
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,085
    The summer holidays can be really stressful for our children as well as for us as parents/carers, therefore we need to hold onto and treasure those special moments where things have stayed calm, gone well or just been funny. Therefore if you have any moments to share we'd love to hear about them however big or small...
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,085
    Well my daughter managed her first ever aeroplane flight this week. :-) So proud of her. Quite a few trips to the loo before boarding but she coped with everything so well! She even managed flying a day early as our airline scheduled an earlier flight in case the strike caused difficulties. Have to say Heathrow staff were amazing and saw our sunflower lanyard and offered help before we could ask! Fast track security is fantastic! Hardest part was when daddy forgot to pick up a bag after the amazingly swift security and she panicked about getting it back! All was however fine! Fingers-crossed the return flight/journey is as smooth!

    So how is everyone else finding the summer?
  • HarHer
    Posts: 311
    I know my eldest is a young man and has left school, but summer is a time when his programme of activities can become a little more relaxed and he can find this difficult. However, yesterday we went into a fantastic cat cafe. Only a few people were able to access the cafe at a time, but the environment was superb for my son, who wanted a little respite from the busy city. I think we are going to be regular visitors there,
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,085
    I’ve not heard of a cat cafe, sounds fantastic! Small is good!
  • Rubytuesday
    Posts: 245
    Love the idea of a cat cafe. There's one in our nearest city - might have to give it a go. Trying to tempt my daughter out of the house is a little bit of a challenge at the moment, but I think she'd love this Although we do have 4 cats at home, but I suppose it's not quite the same :)

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