Red shoes are my all time favourite piece of attire. So after reading and thinking and realising how much I love them, I have decided I am going to start a thrifting mission to find some lovely ones in my size! A bit of fun and something quirky for me to think about! I bought these a couple of years ago and haven't worn them lately - yesterday I pulled them out and felt so special and lady-like! I think red goes with everything!
My positive attitude that resounds in my blog really helps me to get through the day. I snapped this shot of Master J cleaning the bathroom yesterday. I have been feeling really flat at how difficult it is to keep on top of the house being maintained. I don't care for it to be spotless, but really - I am a tad fed up with my boys messes of wee, spit, snot and mmmm... wee, spit and snot. Master J has been soiling the bathroom floor and both boys just trash the bathroom on almost a bi-hourly basis. Yesterday I really had had enough. I showed Master J how to clean the mirror with just water and a cloth. Wow he was excited. It turned my mood around to see him enjoying himself so much. If I teach the kids and let them, they are so capable. They really do enjoy lending a helping hand!
The sunglasses are Master J's latest obsession. At carols on Sunday evening, Master J was wearing them until nightfall. Sometimes I feel sad to watch my boys quirky autistic behaviours, and other times it makes me feel so blessed.
Master J was the Forest Gump of rolling across grass on carol night. I have never seen anyone roll and roll and roll for so long. Then he came to an abrupt stop to do push-ups. This all happened amidst about 30 other children playing tiggy and running games. I figure this was his way of fitting in!
The children and I had a delightful thrifting morning and found this hilarious bunny rabbit! Each time I saw it - I thought it was real. I did put it in the vintage shed - however if it has not sold will bring it home and knit a cardi for it!
He may become our little Beatrix like pet. Master S and I are reading our Beatrix Potter collection - I love the innocence of her books. It is so delightful and I love to see Master S's eyes light up even still at the age of 9.
Tomorrow I will share with you my Christmas gift list and maybe a house update! xo