Thursday, September 23, 2010

Happy Birthday Bessie


Double Digits for Bessie. Happy Birthday beautiful girl. On Bessie's birthday we past the day saying "this time 10 years ago you where..." or "this is what was happening....". Can't tell you where that time has gone. Celebrating with great friends & family she hosted a Minute -to-win it party. Lots of laughs were had on the day. FUN! I think I am the luckiest mummy in the world to have such a lovely natured, kind, caring, charisma confident, mindful, thoughtful, stunning little girl. You bring so much happiness to our lives & give so much love Bess.

Muddi Boutique Markets


Are you ready to be wow'ed by the local talent that is around us. 9 October is the launch of the Muddi Boutique Markets at the Wagga Wagga Beach carpark. Products from Little Ribbons, Laylaba, Princess Perfect, Filmless Photos, KC Candles, Stephanie Day, Baldi Bear Art, SMT, Not so Plain Jane, Sissy & Bro, Indi G, Stick-ups, and much much more. Featuring in our front window from now until market day are some of the divine products for these very clever girls.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Timeless

Snips and snails & puppy dogs tails that's what little boys are made of.... Featuring in our little boys window are Red Stars Lampshade by Little Lighthouse, stylish beige & white picture frame finished with red star, Little Chipipi wall stickers, Lakeland Mini gorgeous cushions, retro red sofa & red star poufe' with Lilly & Lolly bedside table.

Happy Birthday Maggie Mabel


Mad Hatter Maggie Mabel has celebrated her 7th Birthday with family & friends. Making her hat the week leading up to her party, I think she has a certain style that could be picked up in this year's Oobie Baby collection. What do you think? LOL! The sunshine comes out of your smile Miss Maggie. x

Over for another year


The cold frosty saturday morning games of netball are finished for another year. Turning up when you haven't quite thawed out, coffee in one hand, the team list with the playing positions written on a shopping docket you found in the bottom of your handbag & the top part of your arms are quickly covering itself with jackets & trackies from the child that is playing the game, so you look like a clothesline, the frost crunching under your feet & a good grey headed samaritan is yelling at you that "you've left your lights on dear" little does he realise they will automatically turn off themselves, but you give him a nice wave thanking him from the hand that has the docket in it so you don't spill that precious & sanity saving coffee as you are telling the kids to hurry as we are running late for our game. Can you relate? Parents do it week after week because we love it. I know I wouldn't have it anyother way. Well done to Bessie Boo who played her little heart out & to our team support Maggie & Elsie for cheering your big sister every week. Our supercoach has done a fantastic job with our little team. Thank you Alex.

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