We have a crazy busy couple of weeks coming up as it's only two weeks tomorrow until our big move! We are trying to catch up with as many people as we possibly can before we head off, as well as leaving time every couple of days for Simon to spend time with the boys. I also need to find time to sort through our things and keep the house clean!
Yesterday, we took the boys to their very first movie! We saw Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, and they LOVED it! They've seen the first one, so they knew what was going on, and who the characters were. Cohen cried at the end because he didn't want to leave! They both sat there beautifully for the entire movie :-) I call it a success!
Today we went to a Science Fun event at the school next to Kason and Cohen's childcare. It was fantastic! We started off in a big inflatable 'Star Dome', where the guy taking it had the night sky projected onto the the inside of the dome. He started off showing us the South Australian Winter sky, then the SA Summer sky, then the South Pole sky. After checking out the stars and learning some cool things, we went outside and made some rockets! The boys absolutely loved it all, and when I asked them tonight what their favourite part of today was, they both answered, "The stars and the rockets!".
From there, we headed to the local PlayCafe to catch up with one of their little friends. It was really lovely, as usually when we're there, the boys go their separate ways (which is completely fine!), but today they stuck together and helped each other out so much :-) It was just so nice to see them playing nicely and working together without fighting.
After a couple of hours there, we headed to another friend's house to catch up with her and her 8-month old boy. Cohen and Kase loved giving little Connor lots of hugs and kisses, and he loved watching them playing and kicking the ball around!
The rest of this week is shaping up to be just as busy as today was! Thankfully, they have 'school' tomorrow, so I'll hopefully get a chance to get some things sorted out and take a carload of things to the local donation drop-off.