Before you ask-yep,that is toothpaste smudgy yuk on the bathroom mirror.I strongly suspect that is the nearly ten year olds toothpaste splatter as he talks while brushing.Noice.And yep-I failed to notice it as I was sooo busy trying to frame the tap out of shot anything on the mirror was invisible to me. Actually I was also trying to frame out the door handle behind me so....anyway...I was kind of splatter distracted.
Do you see that enormous thing up top?!?! Where did that come from? I have been tinkering along not too large and uncomfortable and then -within the last two weeks- exploded. Seriously.
And I'm sure it had nothing to do with donuts.....
In six weeks today this little boy will have maed his debut by now but I have been getting the most frightening feeling that he will make an early entrance like his brother. Shall I point out that we are not ready? Do you think I should send him a memo or something??
I hope to show you a finished quilt in the next few days and then I really must get onto the rest of that list.
*stocking for niece
*stocking for this one
*tree skirt (had happily removed this one as we werent going to be here but things have changed so its back on)
*paint bedroom walls white
*make mattress covers for moses basket and pram bassinet
*forage in attic for baby leftovers and wash those still ok
*cook stuff and shove it in the freezer
*in regards to above-who am I kidding-eat take away......
*put my desk in boys room so there is a scrap of wall to use as 'baby space'
*narrow down the names list
*find a bigger house (this one had been removed aswell but is now alarmingly back on)
*rob a bank so the above can be achieved
*rob that bank on a day that walking is not agony so I can run/waddle relatively fast to the getaway car
*nuke the headlice that seem to have again invaded oldest childs locks
*how does that HAPPEN???? really really disgusting little critters
*maybe shave that kids head and call it a day
Can somebody tell me which books to strategically place in front of nearly ten year old now that Harry Potter has all been read and nothing else quite measures up in his mind?
Electronic games are getting dangerously close to a midnight graveyard dig. We need more books.
Take care xxx