We’ve been in a lot the last few days. Partly because of the Olympics and partly because over this summer holiday the little one has very much taken to watching DVD’s. She watches Scooby Doo, The Cat in the Hat and Tinkerbell practically on repeat! Yesterday when I tried to go out she wanted to stay in – and as I had a skip to fill I didn’t argue.
But first, a couple of days ago Spud brought in a baby bunny that was still very much alive.
Rather than let it go to be caught again I decided to keep it safe for a while
The little one was very impressed and watched it all day.
As it got to the end of the day I realised if it was to have any chance of survival I would have to release it far away from here. And I wasn’t sure that would work.
So I popped to the pet shop and bought a cheap hamster cage, some hay and babby rabbit food and settled it for the night – expecting it to be dead in the morning.
In fact it has been eating and drinking really well.
The little one has called it Clank after one of the fairies in Tinkerbell.
It seems to have settled in very well and is very much alive. I still can’t release it. So we are going to keep it until it’s a lot bigger – and decide from there. I’ve bought it a nice big hutch for now.
It seems we have a pet rabbit!
Yesterday we went to see The Lorax for the 3rd time. We both really love that film and can’t wait for it to be on DVD
The invisible Lorax moved in with us after this trip!
Anyway today I wanted to go out somewhere. So first we went to my friends
She made us lunch which the little one scoffed all of (GF pasta with a Bolognese sauce) and then we headed to Tentsmuir beach – which is a lovely sandy, duney beach through a forest in Fife.
It was 19-20 degrees, a bit breezy but overcast.
And when we got back the ice cream van pulled up! Perfect timing
We all had a brilliant day.
Unfortunately when we got home we found the hubby had a bit of an accident where his leg gave way and he smashed his face into a table
He’s ok-ish but this is happening more often where he gets electric shocks down his leg then it gives way. He has an on-going serious back problem but this is a new development. Hopefully we can get it sorted soon.