Saturday, December 15, 2007

oh so tired....



Last night we had Arthur's end of year childcare concert, you know the one where you think your child is the most cute, clever, funny etc child performing on stage. (probably because you're only watching them and ignoring all the other kids whilst you photograph and handycam them.)
Anyways it was our first concert as such and yep Arthur was pretty cute... pity the night ended so badly, hence I am so tired. At about 10pm Arthur crawled out of bed and came and sat on my lap as I watched a little tv and then proceeded to projectile vomit all over me and the couch. Lets just say that 4 sets of sheets, 8 towels and numerous nappies later we finally got a little sleep at 5.30 this morning. So as I sit in the shop and keep running upstairs to see him fast asleep this afternoon, I would really like to be snuggled up beside him in bed.
On a brighter note this sweet roly poly doll finally got some new buttons today and is in our shop window. I am slowly trying to wade through boxes of "stuff" that need a little tlc or cleaning before hitting the shop or our house. There is a definite no mans land lurking behind our shop curtains. I think I may spend the afternoon photographing a few things for our flickr site on this rainy ole Melbourne afternoon.

4 comments:

Betty Jo said...

Hope you guys don't get the bug too. Now THAT is a living hell!
Thanks for letting us in your door on Wed...your shop was a hit with the whole family.

Maggie Pie said...

It is every parent's perogative to see their little star as the cutest thing up there. Hope the little guy is feeling better. oh and the roly poly doll..well she makes me smile.

Fibo said...

I got my little parcel in the mail today! It was a lot smaller than I had expected, but no less delightful and perfect. I love it so much I'm having a hard time convincing myself to use it because I don't want to get the stamps dirty with ink haha ;)

arthur's circus said...

Fibo, I'm glad you like the stamp set. It's always difficult buying things online as you can never really tell what they'll be like. Hopefully when you have more time you can visit us in person in the new year.