Saturday, April 19, 2014


Forgetting for a moment that it's the Easter long weekend and the library is closed, we had to return the DVD that was due back today. Mr F had also left $13 for me pay off on his library card fines. I'm working on a better system in our home to try and keep the library books in the library bag somewhere in the house so we are reminded to return them on time ;) I keep forgetting about them.

As the library was closed, we stumbled on the chess set next to the library. On Saturdays there are tables set up with chess sets for people to play a game.
Katie and Mr F had a game with the big chess pieces, with Lou and Sian interrupting every so often.

Thursday, April 17, 2014


Maria took these pictures last week at a local coffee shop.

This week, you have discovered your loud voice and are enjoying using it. You also like crawling under chairs and getting stuck.

Your teeth are on their way and you like chewing on lots of things. I love your gummy kisses on my chin.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Socks!!!!!!! I did it, finally.

I did it. I finally knitted a pair of socks and it wasn't as scary as I thought it was going to be. I attended a workshop at the House of Wool in Blackheath where Shelly helped us through the steps and once I got the idea of what to do, I whizzed through my second sock and just started another pair. 

The yarn I used is Hawthorne Cottage 4ply sock wool. Aren't those colours just beautiful - like a sunset on your feet!

Mr T is modelling his new socks. I finished them on Friday just as he was going on an overnight camp with Lou and Mr F. They kept his toes warm all night while the rain kept pouring on the tent outside!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014


Pictures taken by your big sister:
This week your little babbles are starting to sound like mum, mum, mumma...

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


The weeks are flying by.
This weeks picture of you is in the Megalong Book Shop in Leura.

Thursday, March 27, 2014


Adventures in the library 

Thursday, March 20, 2014

A'hoy Me Maties

Sometimes on trips to the park you're likely to make a new friend. We met Dorothy the African Grey Parrot, who is the same age as Lou - almost 7. We often see her around town on her lead with her owner. She seemed to like Lou as she kept flying onto his head. Maybe it was the pirate costume she liked because he wasn't the tallest person there. 

Mr F wasn't too sure - her claws were very sharp on his head.

Pirate Ships drawn by Mr F.