It was a smooth week back in the groove with the littlest A after 6 weeks off for holidays and back-strain-healing-time. She’s walking and talking and ever so grown up and the 2 little ones got on all week without any hair pulling;this is how we do nap time. indeed she is crashed out with her little paws over her eyes and Little M is getting so fast on his bike;
honestly, it’s been a bit overwhelming with things not happening smoothly or patiently or lovingly. we are all at fault. still there are some real good moments worth sharing;
4th light of Advent - enter the elves;
living more in the living room (we need to master this in the new year);
Christmas morning from my post on the couch where i spent most of the day with a pulled muscle in my back . ouch! i think the kids didn’t miss a beat though. more Christmas to come this weekend;
looking forward to feeling stronger and getting out in the world.
oh November. what happened? you are over already? times are busy and full. we are keeping a rhythm on top of all the Autumn celebrations and seasonal events…
market place goods;
gorgeous day for our Christmas Fair;
making some to do lists around here;
it’s turning out to be yet another gorgeous (long) weekend. We began at our good friend’s 8th birthday party - a fantastic forest birthday gathering. i hope Little A is inspired to try a summer school program here next summer;
Sunday we gathered more spontaneously with friends and family for some holiday feasting -Happy Thanksgiving folks!
and the weekend continues…
So my sister had this idea since Little A was 2 and then 3 and then 4 and so on to make a book for his birthday. it was a great idea that took some years to transpire and so this summer, on his 8th birthday, she gifted him this beautiful book titled “when i was 7″. i think he might be 6 in some of the shots and surely you’ve seen all the images here at some point but wow! it’s amazing to have on my shelf and in my hands. the illustrations are really sweet and i love her choice of layout and images;