This ‘lil guy got accepted into prep with a distance education school…he is loving “school at home” and has been excitedly learning all about cheetah’s while pretending to be one most of the time.
“Mummy let’s be a Cheetah herd…I’ll be the big boy cheetah, Byron will be the baby cheetah, daddy will be the daddy cheetah and you can be the mummy cheetah.”
I love what Noah said this afternoon in character…”Mummy cheetah, I am going to hunt down an impala (aka pillow) for dinner for us all”. He then preceded to BBQ an impala for us to eat So cute!
Byron is ten months old! He is crawling around the place and pulling himself to stand on anything he can!
I received a lovely package in the mail from etsy. Thanks Tamara!
The theme was superheroes…and we did our best to bring out our SUPER sides! Noah I think is the most convincing
“King of Majesty, this is my one desire just to be with you my Lord, just to be with you my Lord!
Jesus you are the Savior of my soul and forever I will give my praises to you!”
I loved seeing the kids being honored, valued, loved and having FUN! For me as a child growing I heard about God for the first time at school during religious instruction time, when an elderly man would volunteer his time and come into my Grade One classroom and teach my classmates and I about God. I am so thankful that I had the opportunity to hear at a young age about the God of the universe who made me, loves me and lovingly sent His son Jesus Christ to die for me to give me eternal life. I still wonder at God’s grace and love and I love that I can have a relationship with the Creator of the universe. I’m so thankful and so thankful that my children can know God too.
After being inspired by seeing baby formula tins being used for another purpose I made this little stack of tins to house all the ‘bits and bobs’ that don’t have a home on our kitchen bench. I’m loving being able to find my mobile phone now when it rings and pens! :))
Ahhh….our old fridge…this fridge shifted to Cooktown with my family back when I was a teenager.
It has seen a bit too much rust and mould, so in an attempt to give it a new lease of life I painted it with blackboard paint!
It has come up a treat and I’m loving the blackboard (so is Noah)!
There was a rustle in the bushes and Noah (and Dan) our intrepid animal rescuers found an injured baby scrub turkey in the garden.