Then we got dressed and went out into the blustery autumnal day.
Benny took his bike,
we posted a very important letter that Benny wrote to his uncle.
Home again , there's nothing like hot tea and peanut butter on toast to revive you ready for a craft activity.
We made wee tiny hanging apples.
These are part of a larger crafting project that I won't share yet because I'm just not happy with it as it is. It needs a good deal more work done to it and I'm not sure I have the patience.
This is making me smile though...
Joa is wearing the very first thing I ever knitted - a pair of very funky knitted trousers. Last week I got down the 'next size up' bag from the attic and I found these in them. I really, really wanted Benny to have warm trousers for the winter when he was Joa's age, so I taught myself to knit. I've never looked back since :-)
After picking Rebe up from school we spent a good deal of the afternoon making fox props. They needed fox dens which we made upstairs in the bedrooms with cushions and blankets and lots and lots of books.