Sunday, December 7, 2008

Eye Spy Something in My Garden


The lovely Miss Curly Pops has come up with a great theme for the week, especially at the official start of summer though in Melbourne it is a little hit and miss. We don't have a huge yard and we rent, Glen use to love his bonsais but children have taken care of that. This is the best thing to spy, children making the most of the yard and having a ball together. As you can see we are always up for a tea party too.

I would love if Flossy-p would pick next week's since she so generously gave us the fab button. I have updated the side bar, if you should be in there please let me know.



Don't forget my giveaway too if you haven't entered.

20 comments:

trashalou said...

Am racking my brain to figure out what to choose b/c my garden at this time of year is skanky - brown and mushy and frankly, horrible.

Katie said...

awwwww!

I'm playing along too :D

CurlyPops said...

Great photos. They both look like they're having so much fun...and that's what its all about!

Sarah-Jo said...

awww my garden is so childless at the moment :(

so your pics filled with kiddies enjoying the sun and a cuppa has cheered me up YAY!

Leni and Rose said...

Cute pics! I'm joining in Eye Spy as well, yay!

Ellieboo said...

Im with you - getting the kiddies outdoor is so much fun. Im dreading the day she would rather sit in front of the tv or computer....a bit like what I am doing right now!

Sherrin said...

Lovely pictures. Hooray for a garden tea party!

Bek said...

Hi there, this is the first time I have come to your blog and I have already subscribed. I like it! (I have a son called Caleb too by the way! great name)

Eye spy sounds fun. Is it too late to join in? I'm pretty new to blog land so I have no idea what I am doing really...!

Libby said...

Soooo cute, I think every backyard needs a kiddie pool!

Bellgirl said...

looks like a fun garden to be in!

AnastasiaC said...

looks like great fun in the garden - im still waiting for the warm weather to come!

handmaiden said...

looks like fun and some sun as well

sarah said...

What fun! We can't do that even in our summer -- it's a terraced garden, no lawn or space at all. Maybe someday!

Bek said...

Hi again Cindy, thanks for stopping by my blog! My Caleb is 4 and a bit.

I've decided to play eye spy too. Why not?

Bird Bath said...

Playing in the garden is certainly a precious childhood activity. They can roam, collect, investigate so much fun to be had.

Monique said...

What gorgeous photos. I think we could all spy that scene in our backyards. Would love to join the eye spy fun.

Sharon said...

I'm playing too! Though it's mid winter here and the garden is just really damp and muddy!

potty mouth mama said...

So cute - love them playing together - especially with the little tea party. I bet Caleb is head chef. Poppy, is she front of house? So darn cute.

Lindsay Bear said...

Oh, I wish I could participate in this one, but in Canada my garden is all covered in snow! I'll be back next week!

Lilli boo said...

Lovely photo's...and Oh so familiar! There's nothing better then seeing your little ones being creative in the backyard...