Friday, July 02, 2010

Quick 7!!! The holiday edition.

--1--

School Holidays.

Today was the last day of term two. We have two weeks holidays and I am really looking forward to them.

I want to do my winter sewing.

Steve wants to get as much done to our family room/home school room.

We will go to our nieces baptism.

Tom wants to
play computer games, have a family picnic and have some friends over.Link

It would also be good to have a girls day out at some stage.

What do you plan to do in your holidays?

--2--

The rescuing hug!!

Gae linked from facebook to this link about a set of premature twins. It is a great story of just how healing a hug can be.

--3--

Winter really is here.

The weather forecast for this week in Port Augusta is very cold. The whole week we will have lows of 2 degrees Celsius and our high will be 16 Celsius. For those in America, 2 degrees is 35 and 16 is 60.

--4--

Joseph.

This Wednesday, Joseph will be 5 months old. He is showing a great interest in anything and everything we eat. I haven't started any solids yet but I think I will puree some vegetables and freeze them this weekend for him to try.

--5--

Family room.

This afternoon, Steve started pulling out the wall that goes between an alcove and old kitchen. We are hoping that our family room/home school room will be mostly done by the end of the holidays.

This post shows the rooms
before we had decided what to do.

I want to put some storage cupboards along the far wall with the window in it.

These are the type of storage cupboards we are considering.

--6--

Jolly Jumper.

Joseph has finally worked out how to really jump in the jolly jumper.

Here is a picture of him in action.


--7--

I cannot think of a number 7 and really need to go to bed.


Don't forget to visit Jen and read other peoples quick takes.

Have a great weekend.

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