Thursday, 28 June 2012

Olympic torch and Daddy's birthday

Another post with bits and bats:
Me and Stanley the Snail. I am able to rock myself and also sometimes climb on and off him myself!

We went to see the Olympic Torch coming to Morley
  as part of the relay across the UK. There were lots of people lining the streets and there were lots of people blowing whistles and waving flags. We were lucky that the weather was decent as we have had a lot of rain recently. We had already seen the torch in September 2011 when Sophie was 6 months old. It was in a school hall and everyone could have photos with it then.

Standing in the road! Not often we will let her dance in the middle of the road! When the procession came through before the torch bearer came there were the Coca Cola and Samsung sponser trucks playing music. Sophie had a little dance as she loves music and likes to dance along.

Sophie loves to hide behind legs and peep through.

The torch finally made it and we were lucky enough to be standing right near where they lit the next torch too.

Some Photos from Daddy's Birthday
 We had a fun day, Sophie went to nursery in the morning while Mummy and Daddy worked then we all had the afternoon off and went to the park, then for a walk in the woods and up a really steep hill to a museum. Sophie had lots of fun walking round the museum and playing with the toys thy had for children. There was an African music section which was lots of fun and also African toy animals to play with too. We then went for a coffee while Sophie had a sleep in the pram and finally we went for an Indian buffet. It claims to be the biggest Indian resturant in the world..... It was pretty big!

Looking at the birdies... She liked seeing the birds on the lake next to the playground

And pointing to the birds


She is having lots of fun being able to walk about more but she is still falling over quite a bit.

We let her have a ride on the Clifford car. She had more fun before we put money in!

Waiting for naan bread in the Aakash in Cleckheaton (biggest Indian restuarant in the world apparently). Mama tried to give her some Khari as she didn't think it was spicy. Unfortuantely Sophie hated it and cried a lot! she likes Naan, Popodums, Aloo Pakoras and the fruit salad there though.

1 comment:

  1. Great to be able to share these lovely phases of Miss Sophie's development. She looks like a charmer (but I guess you don't record the other times!)

    Hope the weather has cleared up by the time the torch reaches London!