Sunday, July 7, 2013

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 Zeph: Holiday crafts. A full hour or more was spent creating various under water scenes with tissue paper, water colour and corn flour paste. If you need holiday craft ideas, head back here.

Pip: Holiday crafts. Decidedly less interested in crafting, you prefer to munch on water colour pencils before laughing at your reflection in the mirror.

Elke: Looking fresh after a solid 10 hour sleep. Oh the Glory. I couldn't help but share this one from my instagram feed, it's just too sweet.

Linking up with Jodi and hitting you back later today with the Stills Collection.

11 comments:

  1. just love pips bangs!....and sweet elke queen of her domain right there. 10 hours!...you little beauty! x

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  2. Elke is too sweet...and ten hours...you must be feeling amazing!

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  3. that is such a sweet photo of Elke x

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  4. Oh Elke. I think my ovaries might have done a little backflip at that photo. She is divine! (And even more sweet seeing she slept 10 hours - what an angel!)

    Pip's face is adorable, and I love a boy who loves craft (can you please tell my boys that it's awesome?)

    xx

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  5. I love that photo of Elke! I also learnt the hard way these holidays about not doing craft. We live and we learn I suppose.

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  6. Is Zephy doing something Octonauts-related perhaps? My boys got to meet captain Barnacles on Friday at Underwater world here in the Sunshine coast - I think I was more keen on it than they were. Love Pippi's little blue eyes, could be lost in them - and her bangs...cute!
    Little Elke is really becoming her own person!
    x

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  7. Oh I LOVE that one of your Pip. My Matilda loves to look at herself in the mirror when she's decorated herself. Wonder what she's saying/about to say? Holly.x

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  8. Great photos ... that shot of Elke is just precious :0)

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  9. beautiful photos! I love children's art, so magical! And your littlest is just precious!

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  10. Happy to see that someone else has a child that would prefer to eat the art work, rather than create.

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  11. Colored pencils, they just... taste... so good! ;)

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em