Keeping an active two year old busy on rainy days is no easy task. Today we set out to grab our favorite Earls Sandwich and then head to the park for a picnic but the rain changed all that.
Instead we popped into Yeovil Cineworld for a Movies for Juniors showing of Trolls, £6 for all three of us and we had the cinema to ourselves! For such a bargain we didn’t mind when Little T was ready to leave after an hour.
Instead of going straight home for lunch we had a wander up Sherbourne high street.
Popped in to Waitrose to get some bits for our supper and I saw my first golden post box.
We visited a sweet little children’s shop, Ginger and Pickle, picked up a vintage Fireman Sam book and discovered some of our favorite coffee down at the bottom of the high street. Bean Shot Coffee was the perfect spot to warm up and do a bit of reading.
As Mr T hails from Wincanton and his Granny lives in Brewham, we often pass through Bruton and have enjoyed watching it change over the last few years. This week we have been really impressed, and had to share.
First we celebrated our wedding anniversary at Roth Bar and Grill and it was just a perfect evening. Delicious cocktails, an amazing steak and scrummy puddings. To top it off Little T was asleep when we got home (which he rarely sleeps with out mummy’s Milka)!
Today we popped into FMLY and were pleasantly surprised by the Honesty Café, space for children (giant lego and coloring), and great products. I had seen the selfish mother brand on a mummy blog and had no idea the brand was local.
Finally our reason for going into Bruton tonight was to try out the Cambodian pop up restaurant Khmer Kitchen and we were left very satisfied customers!
The food was fresh, delicious, great value and took us back to some of the yummy food we have had on our travels. We will definitely be calling in next Wednesday.
Another day of playing and despite some angry exchanges between little T and myself, the track was finished. Just waiting for ‘Mini Tornado’ to wreak havoc!
I wonder how many dads have experienced the same? More importantly felt incredibly protective and proud of their track!