What a mile stone! Patrick looooves 'the upside down show' with Shane and David so he is happy in front of the box (well actually I love this show too and have been known to get up and watch with P lol!), Samuel is usually busy raiding the pantry for anything edible...although luckily his favourite thing to munch is cereal like cheerios or honey pops so I make sure they are within reach, Joseph is a bit like a talking clock wandering in to announce the time every so often and if we are lucky he is usually keen to show off his big boy skills and will make us some toast in bed!
Now that the fencing is finished we are turning our attention to the garden, and first things first the vege patch....I got a beautiful book from the library on french style gardens and so this is my vision... minus ye olde stone building in the background! lol!
Yep so after ditching the idea of raising a few sheep or whatever for the freezer in the paddocks...cause we didn't think we would be able to bear to see them donked and then dished up for dinner (and I grew up on a farm rof!) we are going to put one of our paddocks to use growing veges instead...I don't tend to get so emotionally attached to a carrot or a row of peas for some reason lol! The boys are super excited and we have spent the afternoon sowing up a heap of seeds in trays...
If you are playing along with Jack Me Up...this is the last week for Roo's layout, the deadline is Saturday 4th August and the deadline for the NZ Dares everyday moments dare with some wonderful Fisker cutting doodackies to be won is this Wednesday...so go on, go on, go on....get scrapping!