There was painting and trying on clothes, adjusting this and that, all to create the perfect costume.
Can you guess who they were? No really, make a comment and tell me who they were……and I just might send you a prize!
Maybe this is what happens with baby number five.
You ignore all MHC advice for tummy time for your babe. And then one day you place her on her tummy and she lifts her head up and looks at you.
Amelia is just over three months and here she is looking at the world with her big eyes and according to everyone we meet, her “Andrew look”!
Who do you think she looks like?
This is our fruit bowl. One child came home, saw the fruit bowl and said,
“Did you make that bowl? You know I don’t eat bananas and I hate Grannys Smiths and those red apples are disgusting.”
Hard to know where to go from there!
Thank you Thicket!
I have one Bella Boo down with a fever…..
I have ripped my good cashmere blend top on the rosebush….while attempting some weeding
The drains have been blocked and we have been left with the smell of sewage in our yard….
Lily and I went to the pool today.
The sun is shining.
I have tidied my desk and dealt with overdue paperwork.
I can’t understand my knitting pattern.
I cooked more bread.
Amelia is crying.
They retain their shape and are all perky!
The big break through was Jakob and Maddy learning how to poach
eggs for the family.
Boiling water, a dash of white vinegar, create a whirlpool with a wooden spoon,
crack the egg in a dish, slip the egg into the water, remove with slotted spoon.
Having homemade bread completed the satisfaction of a DIY breakfast.