I finally did a massive clean up session on my sewing/crafting space, complete with vaccum and everything, but I still can't seem to find that primo angle that caputure it in all its glory. But one aspect of the magic easy to capture on a sunny autumn morn is achieved by pointing the camera over the edge of my magic loft. What are the dynamic 'imagine that' duo up to today?
Don't hate me because my kids never fight (ugh, I hope I just didn't jinx it) but it's seriously like this all day long. It amazes me how early Kale has taken on this imaginative play partner role. I remember playing with my own little brother like this but I guess we were closer in age so I don't remember him being just shy of two years old. The cuteness just makes me want to explode sometimes. I poked my nose from way upstairs and asked what they were up to. "I made us a fire," Edie replies, all super proud. Her crumbled up wooden rainbow pieces were the flames. Ack! Cute!
And there she goes to get their marshmallows to roast. See the wall hanging I was showing off last time hanging out? The beauty of the plastered strawbale walls is that if you whip a felted wall hanging across the room it sticks! Since it's next to impossible to hang conventional wall art (we have to literally suspend the paintings with wires) this may be the way to go. Plus, the kids can redecorate whenever they feel so inspired. Or at least flip that one over to the night scene in a jiffy when it's time for them to slip into their sleeping bags by the fire!