Thursday, July 7, 2011

a school holiday day

cubby house play
so happy to have firewood helpers
our first ducky visitors
flour glue just like my mum used to make (flour and water mixed to a paste)
a little water colour fun
op shop felt to get creative with
and I believe I have my first cold in about three or four years

hoping your week has been a pleasant one, school holidaying or not


Becky said...

The children did a wonderful job on those pictures and you are so lucky to have such wonderful helpers. I hope that you get to feeling better real soon.

Linda said...

I love your blog! I really look forward to your posts. Your blog paints a picture of how family life should be. Hope you feel better soon. I eat lots of yoghurt and garlic dip when I have a cold. I'm sure it helps me get better but if not, I love eating it anyway!!

dixiebelle said...

Love your daughters hair!

We've been sick on & off here, but I didn't get as sick as my family (it's usually me who gets it last & gets it worse) I wonder if it's because I made a Garlic Oxymel and had some of that?? I had the recipe from a Barefoot Magazine article, but here is a similiar one, and if not, well at least the guy, Dr Swanz, is hot!!

Get better soon...

Catherine said...

Looks like lots of holiday fun going on at your place Tania:) I hope you feel better soon. xo

DEB said...

I bet they had a great time! You are a special mum for facilitating your childrens artistic flair. Lots of mums couldn't be fussed because of the mess and effort, so good onya!

Tammi said...

Your days are so reminiscent of my childhood, I love taking a trip down memory lane everytime I visit :)


Bungalowgirl said...

Love the artwork, homemade glue is the best. Goodness you are doing well to only have one cold in 3-4 years, I have lost count. melx

BLD in MT said...

I really admire and enjoy the creativity that flows through your home. Your kids have a real knack for being artsy-crafty. Hmmmm... I wonder where they get that from? : )

I'm sorry you are not feeling well! Hopefully it will be brief.