Licking the windows at our local wool shop - I'm trying to resist buying more yarn before I've worked my way through my current stash.
I discovered my elf hat turned inside out with a play silk stuffed in the top made a perfect volcano for Goblin's pretend play.
A vineyard in the fog I spotted while driving Goblin to nursery
Hublet dresses for the tea party
A peacock at Kentwell hall
Snow in our garden in March! (fickle UK weather)
This is the first week I failed to take a photo every day. One day I just forgot. I'm sure this won't be the only week. While I am slightly kicking myself I'm not letting it get to me because this is supposed to be fun, not yet another thing to beat myself up over.
What a gorgeous way to capture the week, tempted to start myself... mmm. And that wool sure is delicious! I would be very tempted too :-) Goblin's volcano is such a great use of your hat ;-) Hublet cracks me up xxReplyDelete
It is a fun exercise, it makes you look at things very differently when you are looking for a picture in a mundane day. You should do it Kelly and link up to theboyandme's weekly linky.Delete
I love your volcano too...great idea there Mama! Your pics tell a wonderful story...i am amazed at the snow surrounding the cubby...never see anything like that here!ReplyDelete
Hublet seems such a hands on Daddy...just lovely, have a great week x
Outside looks fun! The wool looks great too - i wouldnt be able to resist it hahaReplyDelete
Message to Hublet: Looking good, only you can pull it off ;)ReplyDelete
I had a passion for cross stitch kits at one point, have enough now to keep me going till I 192 probably. The playhouse looks lovely in the snow. A vineyard it will make nice pics during the yearReplyDelete
Daddy looks like *so* much fun! That wool is stunning and I love the texture of the hat and volcano.ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up!
loving the picture of the hublet dressed up for the tea party it made me giggle:-)ReplyDelete
I nearly forgot to take one one, and I only just made it by taking a picture of a sleeping child at the last minute! I'm sure my time will come though, as you say, don't beat yourself up about it :)ReplyDelete
Very good photos, I love the eerie look of the vineyard. And also the striking blue of the peacock.ReplyDelete
Popping over from TheBoyandMe
Oh, I am a sucker for wool and wool shops! As a child, we had a small wool shop in the village where I grew up and I loved going in there with my mum. I haven't thought about that shop in years- thank you!ReplyDelete