It’s almost time for Disneyland’s 25th anniversary. From the 26th March Disneyland Paris is celebrating 25 years. Right now they have a great offer on. Up to 30% off if you travel between March and the end of October. It also comes with free half board which I do like. I am not the kind of person who wants to cook on a holiday or go out all the time. To mark the celebration I wanted to go back in time a bit.
This is a post with a twist. I found this on somebody else’s blog the other day but only got around to write it now. There are so many blogger tags out there but this one for a change is actually about your child.It’s called “The Little Ones Tag” which was created by “The Secret Life of the Baby”. You are more than welcome to join in as well, I am not going to tag anyone specific. Here are some questions that my 4 year old son Matthew would answer as follows:
Last week was quite a busy one. On Tuesday we had Pancake Tuesday. The kids ate one pancake each in creche but I also made a batch at home. Normally they don’t have dinner when they come home from creche and just have a small snack but this was an exception. Actually Fridays they get something lately as well because their tea in creche is always just soup and bread which means I treat them to something else.
Good morning everyone. What a busy week it was in work. I hope your week went a bit easier. We have a lovely weekend planned with the cousins. It’s nice to change the scene for the kids.
Today featuring in the blog series is Lianne who blogs at Mrs Mummy Harris.
Aschermittwoch… a day you might also know as the day of giving up something for lent. When I first came to Ireland I had no idea what lent meant. It only came into a conversation when I started working in my current job almost eight years ago. Lent starts on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday which this year is on April 13th, the day before Good Friday. Lent stands for “spring”. “The forty days represents the time Jesus spent in the wilderness, enduring the temptation of Satan and preparing to begin his ministry.” I am not religious in any way but it was quite interesting researching this and see what it means.