Julia had a go at face-painting Samuel's face. I think she did a pretty good job!! Samuel even sat especially still so she could do it-more than he does for me!!
We found this Bower bird's nest during our stay at Murramurrang National park-amazing!
Julia's latest toothless smile. It was rather unfortunate that the following day after loosing her 2 top teeth, she had to do a talk at school...needless to say, she had trouble pronouncing words, and needed a bit of encouragement to speak up ( she was a bit embarrassed to show her teeth)
I made this birthday cake for a friend's 40th birthday bash-little did Perry know how inexperienced I was at making/decorating large cakes... but, in the end it turned out well-with a few tips from a friend, and a google search, I managed to cook the cake to perfection (or at least it wasn't undercooked or burnt)
Samuel has been so fortunate to have such fabulous Playschool teachers this year. We have appreciated their calm and encouraging nature. Mrs Walton (in the pageant picture) will be missed-as she was such a great teacher-giving many a cuddle to the little people in her care, and showing such enjoyment in her job. After she has completed he masters, we hope we'll see her again! And she looks great as a sheep-don't you think?
Hi everyone, here are a few happy snaps (mostly of the kids), and some end-of-year Playschool Christmas play. So far this year, Samuel has been a wiseman, and a sheep-and is awaiting the next Christmas pageant, where he will appear again as a wiseman! I love the visual reminder that taking part in a pageant brings to the mind of a child, and a reminder of the humble birth of the Saviour of the World.
I live In the land of Aus with my Husband, Ken, and my two gorgeous kid-lets. To "Vege" out I love creating just about anything-from pretty cupcakes and treats to card-making, and gardening.In my past life I was a Florist-but now I enjoy staying home to look after my family. And just because I love Stampin' Up! I am also an independant Stampin' Up! demonstrator because it gives me a creative outlet where I can share my ideas with others.
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