Muddy Organiser – At the moment there is no silence, you are constantly chattering away, asking questions, sharing information, your mouth just never stops.
Muddy Pixie – At the moment you have good days and bad days, the good days you let me do your hair, the bad days – you don’t
Muddy Puzzler – This week you turned 4, it’s hard for me to believe and you are LOVING being 4
Muddy Boy – Caught in motion, as Muddy Hubby throws you in the air
Over the weekend Muddy Hubby and I had to be on the coast, so we had two Muddy Kids with us and took some time out to take them to the beach. For me, growing up on the coast it’s not so much of a ‘wow’ thing, for Muddy Hubby and the kids though it is awesome, every, single, time! It’s like each time is the first time seeing it, stopping, just watching the sun, the sand, the waves, and the shells, my goodness the shells! It is all shiny and new.
Each time we go to the beach the Muddy Kids collect shells, hundreds of them, we go through a culling process, then a washing process, and then a mummy culling process and then we have a small collection to take back home to remember our time at the beach.
Although the beach doesn’t have the same ‘wow’ factor for me, I get such enjoyment from Muddy Hubby’s and the Muddy Kids excitement that I can’t help but get caught up in the excitement, looking at the beach through fresh eyes as if it was shiny and new.
Muddy Organiser – Now on gate duty, jumping out so quickly to get the gate
Muddy Pixie – Stacking up her own fire and packing it down, just like Dad
Muddy Boy – Dirt, Dust and Old Machinery = Happy Boy
Muddy Puzzler – Glamorous in her party dress while holding a sheep skull – and showing off her new haircut.
Muddy Organiser – Checking the wool so she can tell Muddy Hubby exactly which bin she thinks the wool should go in
Muddy Pixie – I will climb onto the wool table – and she did
Muddy Puzzler – Overseeing it all, making sure the shearers do a good job
Muddy Boy – I’m having trouble managing all three brooms Mum – do you think you could give me a hand?
Linking up over at Che and Fidel where Jodi hosts the wonderful 52 – A Portrait a Week.
Muddy Organiser – Hiding amongst the washing
Muddy Pixie – Waiting til it’s raining the heaviest before dashing out into the rain
Muddy Puzzler – Obviously on an important call
Muddy Boy – Overseeing things in the yards