WHAT: COF­FEE RUN WHEN: BIGGEN­DEN AT 10.20AM ON FRI­DAY, JULY 18

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

THEY started with two and now this group of Biggen­den moth­ers has dou­bled to four.

Friends Car­lee Shep­pard, Kim McLen­nan, Jess Rollinson and Emma McLen­nan say it is an op­por­tu­nity to get out of the house, take a morn­ing walk, al­low the chil­dren to bond and most im­por­tantly get that much needed mug of cof­fee.

Kim McLen­nan

KIM and her nine-week-old son Wil­liam are en­joy­ing their walks.

The new mother said now Wil­liam was more awake he loved the sur­round­ing scenery.

“He looks for­ward to go­ing to the farm. Maybe my love of eques­trian rid­ing will rub off on him, but then I’m sure his dad and grand­dad (Matt and Merv McLen­nan) will have other ideas and steer him to­wards driv­ing trucks,” she said.

“Big brother Ja­cob is the only one to get a gig­gle out of Wil­liam.”

Heidi Dun­can

HEIDI loves straw­berry milk just as much as she loves Dora. She will cel­e­brate her sec­ond birth­day on Mon­day. Heidi loves go­ing to Nanny’s place as Nanny reads books, plays with the toys and pushes her on the swings. Heidi looks for­ward to the week­ends and hol­i­days as she misses her big sis­ter Kyah now she is at school.

Ella Har­ri­son

ELLA is the ap­ple of her Nanna and Poppy’s eyes. She is ex­cited to be cel­e­brat­ing her first birth­day on Satur­day with a party in Lions Park. Of course there will be fairy bread on the menu. She is a bit of a so­cial but­ter­fly and loves wav­ing to ev­ery­one. The young­ster didn’t just walk but started run­ning at nine months of age.

Emma McLen­nan

EMMA said her four-month-old son Ma­son knew when he got in his pram it was time to go walk­ing.

“Even though he sleeps part of the time he loves his out­side time,” she said.

“It’s also great liv­ing next door to his grandma and pa as it’s not far to go for a cud­dle or two.”

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