Joining Like Mother, Like Daughter for this weekly tradition of celebrating the ordinary.
Largely because Ginger and I have spent most of the week at home, this week's photos all seem to be about her;) Did I mention yet that our second car is stranded by this. The road has reopened but the rail link will not be up for several more weeks. Consequently, if I need the car Ginger and I have a double run out to the barracks with Mr Provincial. The run disturbs both her morning wake-up and her nap. So, if I can avoid it, I am trying not to go out during the day so Mr Provincial can take the car.
Mr Provincial came back from the market with this single, stunning flower.
One nap time; one project. Finally a project I can tick of the to-do list. A mexican oil cloth cover for a booster seat we are using so Ginger can reach the table.
These are Ginger's 'eyes'. She just loves them. Since she wouldn't wear her baby bans anymore we let her pick a pair at the cancer council. These are what she picked. We can't go anywhere without her asking for "my eyes".
They are so big for her that it cracks me up every time she wears them. And yes, they made an appearance at the breakfast table.
Since 'helping' Daddy with a construction project a few weekends ago Ginger has been obsessed with tools. I dug out the tool apron and plastic tools from my childhood. I am glad to see them enjoyed by a second generation.