A small voice tickles me elbow as it begs “We make muffins, mummy?”. So out comes the recipe books. “Honey ones, mummy!” “Honey?” “Yes pweese, I like honey. Honey is my FAVOURITE!” Flick, flick, flick. Hmm. “Sweetie, there’s no honey ones. What else would you like?” “Ooo, those ones, pweese. I like chocolate. Chocolate is my FAVOURITE!” The bench is rapidly covered in various tupperware
Consider yourself warned, Miss Sew-Jo . Miss Clean-Jo Mojo and I have had some quality time, and I’m dreaming big. Can you handle the pressure, Miss Sew-Jo MoJo? Please try to keep up! My desk is clean, my mind is whirring and my fingers are itching. It’s Monday. Less than 2 weeks to Christmas. The lists are piling up. Let’s do this!
So, week two, and I missed Monday. Off the wagon already? Well, yes and no. I had intentions of blogging yesterday, of weaving a tale of magical weekend visits from St Nicholas. Of a happy homey day spent baking biscuits. Christmas tree ones. With green icing. But I didn’t. Instead, yesterday became a day I know I’ll remember forever, yet I wish I could bury
Day two, and I’m still here! The above photo is a small insight into my lack of crafting and blogging recently. I’ve spent way too much time in front of my computer, and the polaroid (nifty little toy, it is!) shows the area to the immediate left of my computer. The pink book standing up is my much-loved Adele Basheer art journal. The yellow is
The Bear is unwell again. Nothing major, just a cough, but enough to have us hunkering down for the day. A movie marathon, some craft, a few books. Cuddles, songs and trains. A spot of fresh air once the crispness of a spring morning has given way to the dry heat of an early summer day. Chilling out and spending time together. Naps. Naps are
Silence. After a night of constant waking, and a morning of relentless whinging, the children finally, peacefully slept. The silence is broken only by the excited chatter of a boiling kettle, followed by a soft “thunk”. Mug, sugar, teabag, water. A cloud of milk turns the liquid from deep brown to light amber. She sits, tea by her side, a small (ish) Easter egg
We had a blast yesterday. I got the blocks joined for D9P, and the border chosen. And much to the toddlers delight, we baked biscuits. Teddy bear and star and duck and people biscuits. I didn’t do such a great job of ignoring hte housework, but I suppose that’s a plus. Though I still have a massive pile of dirty washing to plow through. Seriously,