With Father’s day fast approaching (I hope no ones forgotten)I thought I’d write about my perfect day.
My perfect fathers day would be quite simple and mainly spent with the girls. It would involve actually getting a lie in which is very much unlikely followed by breakfast in bed. We would then head off for a quiet walk up n the forest and find a lovely quiet place for a picnic surrounded by wildlife.
Then when we head home there’s a slow cooked lamb shank on the table waiting for me followed by apple pie and custard. At the end of the day the children go straight to sleep when they are told and then we can sit down and relax with a movie ideally a Batman film.
Now in reality that is very unlikely to happen as there will be housework or gardening that needs doing and children going straight to sleep…is that a joke?
Saying that I wouldn’t change the girls for anything in the World. It’s so funny watching the two of them play with each other and Mia looks up to Aly so much and loves her more than anything. The main problem with them is the fact that they are growing up so fast but I love watching them grow and develop into perfect little girls.
Now we can’t forget the gifts so if anyone fancies buying me something I wouldn’t mind the following.
Navy Tote Backpack £35
I’m a sucker for man bags and this one is also perfect for popping out with the children and you just need a few items. This bag looks classical and very expensive but without the designer price tag.
I’m sure any dad would love this beautiful frame to show off his family and relive memories. In our house we have photos everywhere but not as a collage to see how they’ve changed.
Remember all gives are gratefully received.
Hope all the dads have a good day.