Thursday, September 25, 2008

Blimey, almost 2 months!

Mr Nuff and the girls made a car out of a cardboard box, Sullivan attempted and succeeded to pull the wheels off!

I took the kiddlywinks to Stonehenge on our way back from escaping kitchen mess! Can you tell it was slap bang in the middle of our glorious summer? ;-)
I'm not sure Sullivan saw much but his bunny got a good chewing!

I've made some socks (still need to finish the second Spring Forward - summer 08), the yarn is Natural Dye Studio Merino Tencel, gorgeous, simply gorgeous!

The ones below are my 'learn to knit two socks at a time' pair. They'll fit Mr S soon - especially as he is crawling like a dynamo and managed to climb the stairs yesterday...! He's 10 months now.

Gosh, I didn't realise it had been so long since I blogged. I bet you've all given up on me! Life chez Faerynuff has been very busy. Mr Nuff has been creating a wonderful new kitchen for me all summer, I now have duck egg blue units and bright red gloss worktops! As well as fantastic double oven which actually cooks and a 5 ring hob with wok ring (still waiting for my new wok though darling Mr Nuff...)

Emilia and Madeleine have both settled well into their new schools, unfortunately it appears that Emilia has managed to get another dopey teacher. Poor girl, it's so unfair. No school photos yet, the pics are on my phone and I've lost my baby card reader.
I'm doing well, just started training to be a La Leche League Peer Supporter, I'm really looking forward to helping other mums have a good and rewarding time breastfeeding their children.
I started Slimming world last night, I'm 11st 4lbs and am looking to be 9st 13lbs as that is what I was when I got married - I need your support as chocolate keeps calling me!
Well, off to get Maddie from school now, I'll update again soon and I'll post the photos that have been requested :)


Lin said...

Gosh, your summer shot at Stonhenge looks like our summer hols with that rain! I love the mauve sock. Your kitchen sounds wonderful too!

Thimbleanna said...

Wow. How cool is that to just be able to drop in on Stonehenge -- rain or not! Looks like you've been terribly busy -- I don't know how you have time to even blog with those three adorable children!