After this show we took her to the theatre to prepare for the dance show. Jasmine was dancing with a group of children aged about 4 - 7. They tap danced to the tune Wiggly Woo which is a song I remember from the 1950s. They all did very well but we were not allowed to take any photos.
I took the doll cushions I made for the girls and they both loved them. Jasmine even took hers out when we went for lunch on Sunday. We went to a gastro-pub called The Farm in Solihull for Sunday lunch which was my Mother's Day treat a week early.
I took photos of everybody's lunch but won't bore you with them all. Everybody had something different and there was quite an extensive menu. I had my favourite roast beef which was very nice even though the giant Yorkshire pudding was a bit overdone. I will show you mine
Granddaughter Safeya with Bear standing on daddy
Grandson Zach with uncle Sam
Jasmine and Jakob waiting for their lunch
Jasmine with her new friend.