Today was one of the local villages big ‘Easter Egg Hunt’ and that would have been today’s title, however ‘Dadda’s Jams’ took a stall, leaving poor Daddy to traipse around in the mud with the children alone on the hunt for the Easter Egg tokens. Caleb was surprisingly clingy with me, a thing that he in general, is not. But then I got the full picture as part of the stall set up are three bonbon dishes overflowing with home made candies, hmmm, I feel that he was there more for the gluttony of sugary treats than to purely hang out with his Dadda. I thank the lovely people there for a great day out for all of the children, especially those who indulged in the purchase of some of ‘Dadda’s Jams’. A few people prompted me as to why I was making home made Jams and it was interesting to remember that it is largely thanks to the children attending preschool that I have three hours each weekday morning, of free time with which to fill. And Dadda likes to get Jammin’. The next event will undoubtedly be the girls summer fair at big school. Got to get going as Amritsar has started screaming downstairs and has just arrived demanding that I ask Tara to apologise for knocking her over. They were having such fun! She’s now settled as she is wearing my reading glasses and everything looks super BIG. We are all happy now, maybe more from me later.