One of the casualties of spending three weeks by the English seaside is that I haven't always been able to get my daily diet of S4C2, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Welsh Assembly's proceedings.
Fortunately, colleagues have been keeping me up to date. Apparently, on Tuesday AMs did not finish their "plenary" session until past 5.40pm - unlike Westminster, the Assembly has prided itself on family-friendly hours.
That explains this extract from the Assembly's official record of proceedings:
"Lorraine Barrett: Deputy First Minister, I said to you earlier that I have to leave—the statement has run on much longer than I expected, and my three-year-old granddaughter is waiting to be picked up."
And here's an extract from the Assembly's unofficial record of proceedings (Facebook):
"Jenny is in plenary."
Good to know those laptops on the politicians' desks are being put to good use, isn't it?