Aren't these just fabulous? Have been blog surfing and found these over at Wendy's blog. Her hub gave them a go and while they didn't turn out as story book colorful as these they were pretty fantastic. Am thinking cooking rainbow pancakes might make for a fun Sunday without daddy activity. Well, keep them entertained for about seven and a half minutes at least. Might have to get some cream and custard on the go too so we can make rainbow pancake towers!
The sproglets are finally all asleep. Bit of an effort tonight -as was this morning with Shou packing an absolute mental on the way to kindy. He didn't want to go and has never been like this before. I felt terrible - obviously not enough so to keep him at home. He had a bit of a snotty nose so me thinks he might be getting a cold. The teachers said he was fine though - when I rang up at nine to check.
Had to go and do big shop today, in preparation for hub's bento making and just in case the kids get sick and have to take a day or two off kindy. They have been great this winter so it would be murphy's law that just as we are starting to maybe see the very beginnings of spring that they would get colds. The kindy teachers are temperature nazis so having to stay at home doesn't always mean being so sick they can't run riot and behave like headless chickens.
Ryu had a huge sleep this morning which was no surprise as he was wide awake at 5. Not happy but dealt to it by plonking him in front of young einstein while I went back to bed. No sing songs or play time with mummy at that hour. Bugger right off. Perhaps if I had had more than an hours sleep in a row before then but no such luck.
Bought up a storm at the shops - including some genki drinks per hub's request. Just hope he is intending on having them in the morning before work and not at night.
Ryu and I popped in to see Jo for a cuppa and a nappy change - and for Ryu to be the laughiest baby ever for Jo. Should have taken my camera.
Shou was in a very definant mood tonight. I was very good though and didn't lose it - much. At dinner time he sat there crunching bits of apply up and spitting them out on the floor, repeat, repeat, repeat. I just ignored him and pretty soon he stopped and even tried to clean some of it up when a box of tissues ended up strategically placed infront of him.
He also said he hates me and that he will never forgive me for taking the toothpaste off him. Poor boy. It must be hard when the worst thing you've got to complain about is mummy taking the toothpaste off you.
Best get going - got some hearts to cut up. My Thursday English class is doing a belated Valentines Day lesson this week as last week was a public holiday. We are doing cards and decorating chocolates.
Very boring sorry.