We have been a family of six for a month now. How quickly that has gone. As always with any change there is a period of adjustment. Some days it is easier than others. Some days the older children are really self sufficient and Ena sleeps well, and we are on top of the washing and the weather is great and I have eaten enough at the right times..and other days, well, it's not like that!
|my favourite sling, Storchwenwiege|
|We have discovered the 'Guinness Book of Records', 1 euro well spent in a charity shop|
|Rebe actually broke the world record of eating jelly with chop sticks...so she says|
|sage in bloom|
|herbs from the garden for veggie sausages|
|nappies on the line|
|the back garden|
|a half sewn doll and Benny's school trousers that I cut into shorts for the lovely weather|
Yesterday Joa asked if we could have a picnic for lunch, so we packed a sandwich and an apple and some squash and we went to the green at the top of the hill. Joa and I sat there for ages, eating, watching aeroplanes scribble across the sky, looking at bugs and enjoying the sun on our skin.
He said to me 'Mummy would you like to take all your clothes off to have a real 'lax in the sunshine'? I said I didn't really but he thought he might like to give it a try...