I spent the day with my parents and my nephews. My parents had work off and they were taking the boys out so I decided to come.
Isaiah, me and Caeleb. We were taking photos in the car while waiting for my parents to buy a few things from the shops. I have no idea why Isaiah is biting the seat belt.
We went to Roma St Parklands as they had a few things for kids because it's school holidays. Before we even did anything though we had to have a sausage in bread for a snack. SO good.
Caeleb had to go on the jumping castle. We had to wait in line for quite a bit though because it's free (when you show your train ticket) or a gold coin donation to a charity. He had fun.
Brotherly love. Isaiah was getting pretty sick of photos by now.
It's a great place to run!
I guess I had to sneak in for a photo. I love my new beret. It's so comfy but I wish I bought a different colour now. It was so cold today! We are in a cold snap. And it was overcast a just a tiny bit rainy. Which was a shame.
These are maps for the parklands. They really enjoyed trying to find their way around.
Caeleb was pretty hyper by now. This is him dancing around on this footbridge and singing.
This is called celebration lawn so I told Caeleb to go and dance in the middle. As you can see Isaiah is completely engrossed with his map still.
My mum took this of us on the celebration lawn. Cael was still pretty hyper here.
I'm sure what this is. It was interesting to look at but by now I was pretty hungry and wasn't really paying attention to the surroundings.
We walked to the main city which only took about 10 minutes. This kangaroo statue is in a place called King George Square. A lot of tourists were hanging around and getting photos with it and Caeleb had to get a photo too.
A lion statue still in King George Square outside City Hall which is getting revamped at the moment.
This is one of the cutest things I've seen in the city lately. Apparently it's part of something called I Knit Brisbane and all around the city there are random objects with knitted bits. This is one of the poles with a cute jumper :) I've heard there are giant wool balls and many statues are wearing jumpers or scarves etc. I have to go back and see if I can spot these items and take photos.
City Hall had this line of knitted bits strung up. It was really quite amazing to see.
Taken from Ourbrisbane
I just had to add this. I would love to find one of these giant balls of wool.
So I hope you enjoyed seeing a small glimpse into Brisbane. I can assure you it's a lovely city and a great place to live. Plus we have so much more going on that I realised.
Have a wonderful weekend.