Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Catching up?

I have discovered that trying to catch up time on a blog is just about impossible for me.  So, I will mention a couple things that have happened in recent times, possibly give you a photo-overload and simply start again from now ;)

Firstly, this sweet, busy, constantly barefoot girl

turned TWO!!!  It's incredible how quickly time seems to go by.  It was a little over a year ago that she started walking.  That lasted 3 days before she started running...and she hasn't stopped since!  My darling Naomi, you bring so much joy to my life!

One of Naomi's favourite things to do is cuddle her little sister:

 Yes, she now has a fringe

Naomi has also had 3 new teeth come through.  It completely explains her grumpiness lately.  I'm expecting another tooth to break the gum in the next few days...

This little munchkin is here

wearing her first 00 outfit - and she thinks it tastes great!  Abigail is a little over 5 months now, and still wearing mostly 000.  She is so petite, making it even more adorable to see her rocking on her little hands and knees.  Adorable at other times too...

Yesterday I needed some fresh air before I could concentrate on anything homeschool or housework related.  Do you ever have those days?  After dropping Michael off to collect catalogues, the children and I took a walk at Thunder Point.

All rugged up - Naomi in Beth's jacket and Beth in a blanket fastened with a bulldog clip...I had to make do.  I was wearing Michael's jacket :/  LOL

Isn't it beautiful???  And even though Abigail fussed for about a third of the way back to the bus, it was just what I needed.

Only by His grace,

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


There have been a number of things happening recently.  The most important being that our little Naomi turned two!  She is such a sweet girl and we are so blessed by her!

However, there has also been illness.  :(  Abigail is now well again, but Naomi has come down with something, making her cuddly and miserable. 

I will post more fully when, as the children say, things are "all better".

Only by His grace,