Friday, September 16, 2011

Cockington Green

The sun was shining and the toxic breeze was gone so we met some of our buddies at Cockington Green.

Ashleigh is so gorgeous.

Kai sporting a new haircut.

Tayliah is trying to console Kai who is sitting out.

Zachary with his buddies.

And do YOU think I could get William to smile for a photo? Ha!

The Upside of a Chemical Fire

Jack's preschool was closed due to toxic fumes coming from a fire in Mitchell so for the first time in almost 2 years we got to spend the whole day together. We went to see The Smurfs at the movies and had sushi for lunch.

After we picked up William we moved a whole trailer load of bricks and then we did some colouring in before bed. Hasn't his colouring improved?! He did this all on his own while William did Papa Smurf and I did Smurfette.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Spring Garden

Seeds Planted with love this weekend

Tomatoes will join when it warms up. This morning was a frosty -1!

Grandpa's Paving

It was very exciting for Grandpa to show up with a trailer full of sand this morning.

It was even more exciting when the concrete mixer truck showed up too.

Jack was quite proud that Grandpa wrote his name in it too.

Dog Walk

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Gorgeous Faces

William says 'CHEESE!'

And this is Jack, "Mummy, I ate all my vegies. Can we have Good Berries now?"

Sports Mode

Only a couple of weeks left of the soccer season. Stu went to soccer with the boys this morning and he was amazed by how their skills had both improved.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Rainy Tuesday

Rainy days are never boring around here.

The boys went for rain walk but it took a while for William to figure out the umbrella.

I love the way the pictures show William following his big brother and learning from him.

Jack loves the cherry blossoms in our street. He points out every one on the way to school.

Jack shows William how dinosaurs roar.

Then they make their bed in a cubby under the dining table.

Monday, September 5, 2011


According to Wordle the things I write about the most are in the largest font.

Father's Day Dinner

Stu slow cooked Pulled Pork on the webber with homemade barbeque sauce, a side of Mac & Cheese, corn off the cob and pull apart bread for a soul-food father's Day feast.

William loved the corn.

The Ninjas enjoyed the macaroni.

Best Uncle EVA!

First dinner on the deck for months. Hello spring time!

And a special Happy Father's day to my Dad. I love you times QUADRILOGY!