Saturday, 4 June 2011

What a difference a day makes...

Despite our struggling little one with his ear problems, eczema, hay fever (and by the way now allergy to sun cream argh!) etc we've had a good couple of days. The weather turned really warm, we had family and friends to visit and its just been lovely. Once again though, once people turn up at our house I get all excited and forget to take photos. But I think I've captured some of the flavour of the enjoyment we've been having. 

So the boys are asleep, there's a cracker of a sunset outside my window and as I write this I'm sipping on a Corona and Lime. (Which basically means I'm a couple of sips away from telling you all how much I love you guys. Can you say lightweight?) So lets get this show on the road...

I've been doing some baking people!

And they turned out pretty darn good (even if I do say so myself)

A little playing together

The play doh never stays separate colours very long do they?

Are you wondering if we always colour coordinate red Swiss T Shirts? Nah are you kidding? I'm not that organised. In-laws brought them back from their holiday. Hubby is half Swiss afterall...

Perfecting our pouts...

Enjoying the garden

Come on strawberries!

Watching everything growing...

Then of course there is the daily before bed water of the children plants

When it rain it pours huh?

Oh and lastly look at this beautiful Moth I found just chilling in the garden. I thought it was a butterfly but hubby proper geeked out with his little nature book and assures me that it is in fact a Moth. I love butterflies but freak out whenever there is a Moth about. Like FREAK OUT! You know? They get all fluttery and I'm convinced that they will somehow fly into my mouth... hubby is rolling his eyes right about now...

But this one is so pretty. Turns out I'm all about looks huh? How superficial of me!
I hope you are all having a great weekend x


  1. The playdoh pics are adorable! Looks like a fancy airplane! You have the next big playdoh artist on your hands there!

  2. Oh, how I love that shot of the boys with your reflection in the window! It's like you're holding them both inside of you - such a sweet shot of mother and sons:)