This afternoon DS, the dog and I managed a trip to the park ... in between the heavy showers we'd had all day. A lot of the cherry blossom is now on the paths, rather than on the trees, but in a way it still looks beautiful - it reminded me of confetti.
DS has realised that he can put his shaped blocks into the holes they are meant to go in on his Libby Ladybird toy. At the moment he is trying to put all the blocks through the round hole but has also realised that the circular block will fit inside the cardboard tube from a … Continue reading All Shapes & Sizes!
My very talented sister won a prize in the UKS Cyber Crop! Here's her winning LO - think it was for the Up Close & Personal class.
Weather wise, it's been a funny old day - rain, chilly wind & sunshine - but the park is beginning to look its very best. Mr Heron is still on the pond so he obviously hasn't eaten all the fish yet!
We've been out to the country today (well, a suburban bit of Berkshire!) for lunch with friends. DH ate enough to feed an army! Our friends' youngest DD has been really poorly lately so it was nice to see her looking well again. She loves DS and is so good with little people. It's no … Continue reading Out To Lunch
The things that grow in our garden that aren't weeds have to learn early on how to survive with very little attention from us! Both DH & I like and appreciate a lovely garden but neither of us are that keen on maintaining one! Imagine my surprise today when I realised that a bush of … Continue reading Evidence of Spring
This weekend is the Oscars Cyber Crop on UKS and this morning I went to my crop, which is run by a lovely Canadian lady ... if I had the time I could have scrapped all last night & all day today, with more to come tomorrow!At the crop I managed to make an interactive … Continue reading Crop Until You Drop!
It was only a matter of time ... DS has been fascinated by the wine rack in the kitchen for a few weeks now. He usually can't get to it because I have his highchair rammed in front of it ... however, this afternoon he squeezed through a gap & had a lovely time playing … Continue reading Like Father, Like Son
I've decided that I'm going to call Shimelle's new project Project 25, rather than Scrap Your Day. There are a few completed albums, as in decorated, appearing on UKS - these ladies must have been organised! So I took the camera everywhere with me today & got some good results; the heron was still on … Continue reading Project 25
Shimelle's There's No Place Like Home finishes tomorrow (although I suspect it will be next week before I am ready to bind my book and consider it "done"!) and she has already got something else organised through her blog & UKS - photographing your day every 25th of the month for a whole year. There's … Continue reading More From Shimelle