day seven of 365

photo editing

craftily hiding vegetables into the kid’s favourite foods

a romp outside

cold hands

daddy’s socks make great slippers for little boys

baking raspberry oat bars (with hidden spinach…Shh!) with my girl

a Costco sized vanilla spill

glad to see him home

doodles of witches, monsters, and family portraits found on every scrap piece of paper within Poppy’s reach

more shopping dreams:
{In this one we had decided to drive by our old house in Lindsay to see that she was having a yard sale.  We stepped in expecting the worst (reality) and it was beautifully painted in a pretty blue and well cared for.  She gave me a hug and told me that she had never cared for a house before, but she took pride in this one because it was a fresh start and all hers.  It turned out she had filled the entire yard and out buildings with the best antique/junk shop where I then spent the remainder of my sleep time shopping excitedly.}

go gently + be wonderful



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  1. Posted January 9, 2013 at 8:46 am by tameka | Permalink

    I just love your photos. I wished we live closer so that I could book an appointment with you. How did you make slippers from socks?


    • Posted January 9, 2013 at 8:51 am by erin | Permalink

      Ha! Poppy got some neat slippers that come up to her knees for Christmas so when I was putting them on her in the morning, Silas started to pitch a fit because he wanted slippers too. I dodged a bullet by hastily grabbing a dirty pair of socks from the basket and exclaimed that I had found his slippers. It worked and he wore a pair of polka dot socks up to his thighs over his pants for the entire day. I have a great picture of him passed out on the couch with them on.
      That is as crafty as I get sometimes 😉

  2. Posted January 9, 2013 at 9:02 am by tameka | Permalink

    Very clever! I have a hard time keeping socks, slippers, and sometimes clothes on my 5 year old son. Usually when I come home from work, he’s naked or partially clothed. Fortunately, he only strips down at home.
    Have a great day!!

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