If you are a sibling, chances are that you have fantasised about being an only child. Last week two of our children spent a week with Nana in Canberra, by choice Tully (middle child) opted to stay home and pretend he was an "only child". With a bent towards drama, Tully seized the role with gusto revelling in spotlight of both parents, having play dates and sleepovers using all the family resources without consideration to his siblings. Saturday was his last day of this lived out "fantasy" so Mr G and I
had a day out with him.
We went to our usual Vietnamese restaurant which was astoundingly cheaper without
the other two. Tully conversed his way through lunch and then made the fine suggestion that we move the party to Carlton for gelati.
Tully made a fine choice of caramelised fig OMG!!! We all
went to heaven and back with that flavour!
No trip to Carlton is complete without going to the lolly shop!!
Isn't signage great for reminding one not to follow through with
Our day as a three was fabulous but all agreed that five is divine, that five is our number, five is us and we are five. We
were very please to have the full crew installed by Sunday night.