It's not a trip to the fire station without trying out the fire hoses. My little dude dressed for the occasion in his fireman hat.
They packed a lot into the visit. Looking at the different fire trucks; the ones for bushfires and the ones for house fires... and the one with all the lights and bits and pieces they need... including a coffee machine in the back! Need one of those in my boot! Heck, lets just mount it in the dash :)
Learing to stop, drop and roll. Liam is the brown pants 2nd from left.
All set ready to go back to kinder. One of his teachers is dressed as the traffic person (to control the kids LOL) Love the vest :) And have a look at the sign, green means the kids are allowed to walk, red means they have to stop. I know it's obvious, I just thought it was funny that the sign was the tell the kids what to do, not the cars LOL.
And a layout :)
My gorgeous little dude helping me clean his room. You might be able to read the journalling if you click on it, but in a nut shell it tells about how much he has grown up since starting preschool and how helpful he had become around the house (ok, not all the time, he is after all only four, and male at that LOL). But this day I was cleaning his room and he came in and took over from me. Aint he cute!
Used KI papers, Heidi letters - ran out of E's so had to use the negatives. Heidi corner and heart from the mini frame packs. Journalling on the other half of the ledger card I used from Ethan's layout. The twill with his name on it has been in my stash for years... like since Rubons first came out, and I couldn't get any, so decided to write on there with a fineliner. I think we were living at Brett's parents at the time, while we were finishing this place.
Jane, I love anything chocolate, but have to admit a weakness for anything with caramel in it too. mmmmmmmmm yummy!