26 February 2007

POTD #25 and #26

Confession of chocoholicAlmost everyday the boys are involved in some sort of sport, whether playing, training or just mucking around in the back yard or the park.
Joseph at squad basket ball.

Almost at an end, the challenge finishes in two days, kinda glad, kinda sad.

24 February 2007

POTD #24

Jacko playing to me while I cooked dinner, although his musical taste leans more towards rock and punk he also enjoys a lot of acoustic work as well, thank goodness. Playing Pete Murray's 'opportunity'. Gosh I love my boys (even though they can sometimes drive me crazy it's these moments that make me so glad I'm a Mum)

23 February 2007

Catching up with photo's of the day.

Steve the cropodile, can munch through just about anything, love it.

The rest are from everyday life, Daisy's nose, it greats me happily every day.

Couldn't survive daily life without my hand bag, my home away from home.

Just a little rose from the garden, not many of them around at the moment.

21 February 2007


Our little traveling companion fugu the air freshener (see I will take photos of just about anything) Finally a male that can multi task, TV and the game boy, way to go BJ ( one of the up sides to autism, I've seen him play two gameboys at one time, clever boy)
And this was just entree
I discovered lemon ice tea, a new love affair begins.
Daz had been busy on the roof of the lift, this caused quite a giggle when we were stuck in the lift and got caught taking photos of it.
I'll be back...
Don't you just love the fact that you can be in the city and still see so many trees, love Adelaide.
Tan and Don.

Sneaky one of Tan, too much back lighting butI don't care if you don't.
Tan's photo of Don and I.
Do you think maybe they were sick of the camera?
Shopping at Ikea, the things my friends will do for me to get a photo.

Sunday and Monday Tan and I went to Adelaide for a work??? weekend. Sunday we met up with Donna at the S.A. stamping and scrapbooking fare and scared poor Don by launching ourselves at her. After around an hour or so shopping we did Ikea (love that store and will introduce you to my purchase, my new love Alex, at a later date)) and the Marion shopping center. Little country girls that we are, were as excited to shop in Big W as any of the other boutique stores, sad isn't it? Sunday night consisted of a thoroughly yummy meal at the Red rock noodle bar and lots and lots of giggles, then back to Donna's at Strathalbyn, only to turn back around again into the city for a workshop and paper release for Scrapbooking Australia on Monday, a great weekend of giggling, chatting and food.


Yay, the mni tooth finaly fell out.

Seamus calls his little top teeth his mini teeth, further down the page you will see a post about my concern with them not falling out yet...well it finally happened on Friday, after he and Paddy worked on it for ages, it only became wobbly a few days before and next minute it was out, must have been really ready.

16 February 2007

Blue Bazaar's potd 16, 17 and 18

Mmmmm seafood,how could you not love it?

Nothing better at the end of a long hot(very hot at the moment) day, so cool and refreshing with just a little bit of zing (the ginger and the alcohol)

I love her because she makes me laugh, caught her stealing the tomatoes straight off the bush, I swear that dog would eat anything. Not the best of shots, I had the camera on the wrong settings but sometimes a shots just gotta be for the chuckle value.

Getting in early before I head off for the weekend yet again.

15 February 2007

All good things must come to an end

One sad, grumpy little boy after every one had left.

What happens when you get too close to the camera!

Pioneer park to burn off some excess energy

Games...the reason we were there.

Josh and Callum

Paddy, the pinball wizard, and Callum

Luke and Jack

Nintendo Wii

What a name (pronounced wee) all the fun you can have standing up. Guess what's on next years Christmas wish list?

Hamish and Jack's face pulling comp.

I'm diggin' those red couches...

Tyson's face just cracks me up in this shot
Tony Hawke (the game not the kids)

Food @ the Hub

Joseph and his American style hotdog

Jack and his Australian style hotdog

Hamish is a little reserved today

Back to POTD

This weeks theme-things we love
This bread is the yummiest, soft and bouncy with crunchy bits of grain and pumpkin seeds. 'Good onya Mum, tip tops the one' Maybe I could advertise for them lol

The cake

Boy I love this sort of party. I paid the money someone fed them, baked the cake and entertained them and all at a resonable price. It was sooo hot today the last thing I had energy for was baking a cake (poor person who did, I hope they had air conditioning, I guess it's not so bad when you get paid to do it) All the balls over this are real little bouncy balls, heaps of fun after.

Boy eight is busy, party @ the HUB

This is what boys look like when they think no one is watching...

and this is when they spot the camera...