Each peach…

by Bonnie Pockley

Almost as soon as the twins turned 18 months, our daily routine changed to accommodate their new-found sense of curiosity, language development and extended comprehension. While we still visit the park daily, each evening we take them to see the cows – a little walk away – and spend up to an hour reading books with them before bed. This week we made super orbs, a raw carrot cake, harvested peaches and perfected saying and locating eyes, nose, teeth, tongue and ears. Also this week, my Fleur Wood dress arrived in the mail, the children got new sandals and during an odd February cold snap, I got to wear my Kiboots boots for the first time.

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1. Vintage stamps 2. Books before bed 3. Peaches 4. Inca wears Saltwater Sandals, Pax wears Douglas Sandals 5. Inca wears Toshi hat 6. Pax wear Rock Your Baby hat 7. Toy basket 7. Wooden book 8. Fleur Wood dress 9. Raw carrot cake 10. Save me a slice 11. Super orb mixture 12. River bridge 13. Cows (each night the twins say – bye sun, bye Mummy, bye Daddy, bye Pac, Bye Ica, bye cow?) 14. NOSE 15. Kiboots (available from Mocking Bird sing: 60 Mostyn Street Castlemaine, VIC.)

Coming up: A trip to Sydney, an important birthday, a commission for a wedding, Mercedes Benz fashion week, Life in Style, a meeting with Fleur Wood, a black lace Zimmermann dress, a surprise to organise and hopefully, a little shop for COLOURBASH.

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