Thursday, 25 July 2013

My Uno Competition

I think its time to spoil you with another competition, especially as the summer holidays have descended upon us!  Whether your excited or petrified at the thought of the next six to seven weeks ahead you still need lots of activities to occupy your children so what better way than entering my competition for a chance to win one of two packs of My Uno.  The classic card game is even more thrilling now, as you can personalise five of the cards with pictures of your choice.  Maybe some happy pictures of your children, so you can look at them to get comfort when they are throwing a tantrum and remember what you love about being a mum!  


The rules are meant to be easy enough for children to follow and having had eldest come home with a letter from his last teacher saying the most important thing to do this summer is to play and have fun, I better show willing, I do not want to end up in the naughty corner for not following her instructions.  Aimed at children 7 plus I know my capable 6 year old would be fine, he seems to get a grasp of things long before me.  My poor sleep deprived brain is not what it used to be.  Plus even youngest would probably be keen to join in when he realises he gets to yell out!

I think My Uno would be a welcome gift for grandparents featuring cute pictures of their beloved grandchildren (hooray do I finally have something other than Liquorice Allsorts and old Ales to buy for my dad!).

Available to buy from http://www.myunocards.eu but in the meantime you can enter now by filling in the rafflecopter below by the 8th of August.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

146 comments:

  1. with playdates and lots of water games

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  2. I have some craft activities planned for rainy days and we are going to get out to the beach or in the countryside when it is dry! No holidays away though!

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  3. Hopefully the weather stays nice and we can spent a lot of time outside, if not it will be lots of made up games and baking

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  4. will occupy them in the garden

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  5. Walks, picnics, park, zoo, crafts and baking.

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  6. ashleigh allan25 July 2013 at 19:01

    lots of picnics, trips to park etc

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  7. Lots of craft activities and hopefully time in the garden

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  8. fishing trips and trips to the beach

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  9. Lots of trips outdoors to burn some energy

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  10. lots of trips to blackpool beach :)

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  11. Walks, Day-Trips, Camping in the garden, and hopefully a holiday abroad. x

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  12. LOTS OF TRIPS TO THE LOCAL PARKS

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  13. Be on the beach daily if this weather hold throughout

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  14. Lots of make-shift camps in the garden! :)

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  15. Garden activities amongst a group of friends

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  16. Spending lots of time outside.

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  17. we're going camping by the sea. After that I'm hoping there'll be lots of picnics and walks

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  18. Lots of days out and craft activities

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  19. sian hallewell27 July 2013 at 21:12

    fun in the garden and lots of arts and crafts

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  20. Days out visiting friends and relatives

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  21. Im planning on a 2 week break to spain.

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  22. lots of games in the garden if the weather holds out

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  23. Camping ! Great adventures in the outdoors!

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  24. Days out. Holiday to Ironbridge.

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  25. Not My Real Name28 July 2013 at 18:41

    Football in the park

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  26. Lots of playing outside at the parks and playgrounds.

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  27. Putting them to work!! - No seriously, as we live by the beach, rockpool hunting and paddling.

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  28. Stacey Kirkbride29 July 2013 at 10:06

    lots of picnics and trips to the park

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  29. We have had a trip to the rowing lake, swimming and a picnic hopefully too

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  30. We've made a beetle bucket and a wildlife pond, been to Forest School - that was all in the first week!

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  31. Mummy To The Max29 July 2013 at 15:37

    Lots of craft ideas :)

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  32. Colette Burgess29 July 2013 at 19:55

    Playdates and adventures :)

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  33. playdates and park and making dens

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  34. alison johnson29 July 2013 at 21:10

    hopefully it will be nice weather and we will be in the garden or going for walks with the dog

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  35. swimming and a picnic

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  36. Lots of fresh air!

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  37. Laura Anne Farnworth30 July 2013 at 01:48

    Beach, park, days out!

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  38. Darlene Ovenstone30 July 2013 at 09:45

    Lot's of picnics if the weather permits, days out to the beach or just some plain old paddling pool and bbq fun in the garden :)

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  39. melanie stirling30 July 2013 at 13:10

    picnics,walks,crafting,games.

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  40. Taking them to the beach, doing crafty things like rice krispie cakes making models etc

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  41. take them to park and beach

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  42. Felicity Smith30 July 2013 at 16:11

    lots of long walks

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  43. TRIPS TO THE PARK :)

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  44. This is great, my whole family LOVES Uno!
    As for this summer, hopefully lots of family days out, walks and picnics - if the weather doesn't comply then crafts and baking!

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  45. One of the easiest games for children to master, great prize!!

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  46. Stephanie Tsang31 July 2013 at 13:05

    I will be at work so will be relying on my mum to keep my daughter occupied!

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  47. my kids will be off to their dads for two weeks which will be a great break for me but when they come back it's lots of cheap pic-nics and finding fields to play baseball in.

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  48. Great prize for amusing my grandchildren

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  49. Take them to the sea side

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  50. Would love this :)

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  51. Great holiday game!!

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  52. a classic I really want for the shop! Please ask them who distributes them in the UK!

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  53. Louise Fairweather1 August 2013 at 11:08

    today we are having a pirate day. Also meeting lots of people

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  54. Using the garden

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  55. Plenty of playing outside and going on walks with them.

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  56. Do treasure hunts in big cities! Educational too!

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  57. A mini-sports day with wacky races

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  58. Picnics and swimming

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  59. days out when the sun is shining, indoor fun, movies etc when its not

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  60. We got this game from an Aunt & Uncle in 1980 (showing my age there!), they brought a few over from Canada where they had emigrated on the £10 Challenge in the late 1950's, not sure I've got the name right. Sadly they are both no longler with us, but I remember their energy as a couple it was amazing.

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  61. Christopher Powell3 August 2013 at 11:17

    As many cheap or free activities as possible, the local leisure centre offers free water polo classes and we've got some good cycle and walking paths nearby so should be achievable.

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  62. plenty of days out,park, seaside, picnics

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  63. I hope to exhaust my boy with the great outside ... wish me luck!

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  64. Picnics and visits out to castles

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  65. Julie Jingle Baxter3 August 2013 at 22:24

    days out, parks, bbq's and seeing friends

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  66. Picnics visits to the zoo and board games when it rains :)

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  67. Going to the water park, days out with family and friends

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  68. toys, games and days out

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  69. take them to a big park

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  70. Nice bike rides and picnics

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  71. meeting up with friends and family :-)

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  72. Victoria Thurgood4 August 2013 at 21:48

    Lots of trips to the park on our bikes

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  73. don't have to worry about that any more, mine are adults so they have to amuse their own children now instead!

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  74. We have got the kids a summer house so we should have fun painting it and putting some of the kids things inside. also plenty of trips to the park and baking.

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  75. Lots of swimming

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  76. we are taking my son to a few festivals this summer

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  77. Plenty of walks and day trips.

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  78. As much time outside as the weather will allow!

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  79. Getting messy and creative, can't lose

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  80. taking them to the park

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  81. days out at the park and beach, teddy bears picnic and making a summary diary

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  82. Beach days and play dates with friends

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  83. Katherine M Penny6 August 2013 at 06:39

    Lots of free trips to the park and picnics :D

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  84. we livew near a beach so sandcastles

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  85. Lots of trips to the parks and long walks!

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  86. Debbie Grinstead6 August 2013 at 14:57

    we are lucky enough to live right by the sea..so plenty of fun at the beach

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  87. Lots of playing inside and in the garden. X

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  88. Lots of local fairs and carnivals on in our area, going to take my little man too those :)

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  89. We're trying to do a mixture of little things and then a few big days out!

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  90. Family holiday, days out, trips to see family, summer clubs, free local activities - that's our 6 weeks sorted!

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  91. A craft or a trip to the park every day... :)

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  92. treating the little lady to "potato city" which is pretty much any place with rides apparently! she does make me chuckle :-)

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  93. day trips and picnics in the park

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  94. Natalie Crossan6 August 2013 at 22:47

    Lots and lots of fun in the garden :)

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  95. going to my mum and dads caravan for a few days plus loads of visits to parks and long walks when its nice and movie days and craft days when the weathers bad !

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  96. aiming to do 2 major outings a week and smaller trips near by weather permitting. Got arts and crafts and cooking in the plan aswell

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  97. I saved up and my daughter is off to Normandy in France with a school friend and their family,

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  98. We lucky we live by the sea, so have days of fun filled time on the beach, all free.

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  99. Just had baby no2 so it will be visits to the local park

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  100. Live in the country so lots of fun in the woods and fields

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  101. We have been going on wee day trips out as there's not much for the kids where I live and just playing in the garden and painting, baking and jigsaws etc in the house xx

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  102. Geocaching, baking, art and crafts and the park.

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  103. Baking, catching up with friends, playing with new birthday toys!

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  104. with a paddling pool and garden toys

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  105. Days out, picnics, board games, some baking and books :}

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  106. Taking little one on holiday, going on little day trips and playing in the house

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  107. Lots of days out

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  108. Lots of long walks

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  109. Visiting Family,Going to London,Going to the Zoo and lots of crafting

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  110. Samantha Ripley7 August 2013 at 20:27

    we have a theme park trip planned and hope to squeeze in some more fun days out

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  111. Lucinda Duxbury7 August 2013 at 21:01

    we are going to get tired out in the local park and nature reserve, hopefully it wont cost very much money but will be lots of fun!

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  112. Strangely enough it's been playing uno, various special editions from Harry Potter to The Wizard of Oz!

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  113. We are going camping on a farm on the isle of wight - fingers crossed for the weather!

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  114. Haven't got a lot planned.

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  115. Keelyann Chauntry7 August 2013 at 22:52

    Taking my little boy to white post farm tomorrow :) x

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  116. lots of outdoor play :)

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  117. lots of days out :)

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  118. walks in the countryside and lots of aunty time!

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  119. We've already done lots like walks, picnics, beach and visiting family. We still plan a trip to Norfolk, our daughter's birthday party and Chessington :)

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  120. Michelle Renwick8 August 2013 at 07:18

    lots of trips to the park

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  121. hayley pemberton8 August 2013 at 07:54

    we are going away for a couple of days but trying to make the most of the free activities in the area

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  122. Duck feeding,picnics,planting flowers

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  123. trips to the park and arts and crafts

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  124. camping! We have 2 x 3 day camping trips looking ofrward to it

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  125. Rachel Blackburn8 August 2013 at 09:18

    lots of trips to the park, crafting, swimming and baking

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  126. Lots of Day trips to nearby attractions and local parks

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  127. lorraine polley8 August 2013 at 10:32

    lots of trips to the beach which is within walking distance, my grandson loves collecting shells, feathers, bits of seaweed

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  128. LOTS OF TRIPS TO THE SEADIDE,ADVENTURE PARKS,THEME PARKS

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  129. Take them on holiday

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  130. We are going to paint a cardboard rocket in the garden, do loads of cooking and baking and go for lots of walks to stop the house getting too messy!

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  131. Lots of outdoor walks, trips to the hills, parks etc - we stay in enough during the winter who cares if it rains!!

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  132. Taking my daughter to Bournemouth for a week :-)

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  133. Christina Marriott8 August 2013 at 14:32

    We're going to Blackpool for a few days in a caravan xx

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  134. leighanne tossell8 August 2013 at 14:32

    lots of free activities !! :O)

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  135. Agata Pokutycka8 August 2013 at 16:40

    lots of days out and about

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  136. Going to Cornwall, body boarding and kayaking

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  137. Stacey Dawn Robinson8 August 2013 at 19:22

    doing anything and everything we can in the lovely weather out doors and baking on the rainy days

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  138. Visits to lots of interesting places

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  139. Arts and crafts as well as kids clubs

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  140. picnics in the park

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  141. Cycle rides and walks on the beach

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  142. Lots of making cakes and tripartite the beach x

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  143. Funnily enough we enjoy Uno & Monopoly!

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  144. let him cycle

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  145. we will have lazy days... with a few days out to local attractions

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