July 20, 2005

We’re settled in Århus now, while Christine does work with a colleague on a research project. This gives Z and me lots of time for lots of fun. Yesterday’s fun was Legoland (Vibeke and Christine wanted to come too, so we all made a day of it). Z loved the rides, and the displays, and the Lego for sale. We bought a set for him to grow into. There’s lots of fiddly pieces, but we’ve already managed to make one of the models together. (He does the putting together and I help find the pieces for him.)

More later. I’m going to cook some dinner now.

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