Monthly Archives: October 2008

a good morning

I love getting up before the children wake up, everything is so quiet, & it always feels a bit like Christmas morning, a fantastic day, just about to begin. The autumn book basket , a fabric basket, nesting dolls, beanbags, … Continue reading

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cozy new sweater

I’ve been busy knitting, the slow & constant click,click of the knitting needles might just be my favourite sound these days. (Well,except for the sweet songs & noises from my little ones, of course!) This sweater worked up very quickly, … Continue reading

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home <3

This pretty much sums up my day: I’ve been busy writing notes , thank you cards & letters, I’m also very busy with the Christmas sewing. (Is it really time for this already?!) The days are already getting much shorter, … Continue reading

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splash painting!

Splash Painting is an activity for a rainy day, for a child that needs a bath anyway, & a table that doesn’t mind getting wet.. It started with -foam printing- , where we added food colouring & soap to hot … Continue reading

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Nature Table Carpet

This is a card George made for me, (with his daddys help, of course..:D ) It must have been so hard to trace his wriggly tiny hand and foot! The inside says : “Thank you for looking after me & … Continue reading

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autumn mobile

I don’t know if you can see it with this busy background, but this is our autumn mobile. It’s a stick Emily found & made all smoth with sandpaper, a leaf she liked, an acorn & a needle from a … Continue reading

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Beanbags & a Fabric Basket

“Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” Jamie Paolinetti I really enjoy Emily s newest discovery, her imagination. She has used it before, obviously, but only just in the past few … Continue reading

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