.......when your children are "being difficult" (which usually means that they don't agree with their parents ).
This is what happened on Sunday:
me: "Let's go out on our bikes!"
Charlie: "Oh no........I want to stay at home."
Nicky: "No, I don't want to...."
me: "Come on, you'll like it. I'll show you a nice place I found today ."
Nicky: "I'm sure we won't like it."
Charlie: "That's right, Mummy, we won't like it at all.....so can we stay at home, please?"
me: "Let's give it a try."
After repeating all this 38738713 times, we did finally manage to get out of the house. There they were, sitting on their bikes and looking extremely uncontent. Then I had an idea. I bought a nice "raincoat" couple of days ago. I had it with me and decided to put it on.
Well, that certainly did cheer them up quite a bit. They started laughing so hard, we had to take a little giggle break :-)
still a bit hard to recognise, isn't she?
And these are sunday's images:
my favourite tree
this one is pretty as well.
Eating carrots in unisono -->
Oh dear: no more carrots!
Nicky did like the trip after all.....or did she?