We're still counting down to Christmas!
On Saturday we were to visit the old fire station - celebrating 100 years of being on that site. Enjoying the old, old fire engines, honking the horn and dinging the bell. Pondering the no longer used fire pole. Wondering what Hobart would have been like back when they had hand-drawn fire fighting equipment!
Sunday's task was to go to the Sorell Fruit Farm. The heaven's opened just as we finished buckling the third kid into the car but the Oesch and Doots's were already on their way so we decided to join them!
It was our first trip to the Fruit Farm where you buy a punnet for each picker and fill it with whatever you can find. First we started with strawberries - the perfect fruit for little kids to pick (and delicious to sample too)!
Liam is not so keen on sitting in a stationary pram so Trev tucked him into his raincoat for a little bit - bringing baby wearing to a whole new level!!
Next we headed up to the very remotest part of the farm to pick some cherries - which is when we all got very, very wet dispite our coats and gumboots!
And the only way to get at the good fruit at the top of the trees was to work together!!
And our books for the last few days? Wombat Devine by Mem Fox about a sleepy wombat and the Mr Men Christmas Extravaganza!