Well Sparkle Heart (seriously Pinky did that have to be her name?) has been with us a little while now and it is starting to show….! The cheeky madam seems to have had a little party for one on Friday night!
Naturally on Saturday she was a little hung over! So she decided it was best just to sit and watch the girls play rather than getting up to mischief.
Back up to her old tricks again of irritating me whilst making the girls laugh… She was found sledging down my precious Christmas Tree! She knows no one is allowed to touch my tree other than me!
Next up in ways I can annoy Mummy whilst making it fun for the girls… Light swinging! I mean seriously Elf!
This morning Sparkle Heart delivered the girls letters from Santa. They loved them!
We found Sparkle Heart chatting to her new best friend, Mr. Snowman (imaginative I know!)
Sparkle Heart bought the girls some lovely new toys to play with; a food set for their kitchen. She also discovered that she isn’t the only elf in the house…. Shock! Horror!
Well this week has been a super busy week for us! It is the last week of preschool and boy can we tell! We are all so tired, the girls have been going to be a little earlier to try and help, it is having little effect. Hubby and I can barely speak past 8pm but of course once in bed we are wide awake. Why is that?
We put up the tree at the weekend and went through each and every stage of decorating it. When we moved into our house a few years ago we found an abandoned Christmas Tree in the loft, so now each year we get it down and the girls have it in their playroom. They can decorate it and ‘destroy’ it as much as they like so they don’t disturb the main tree too much. We took then out to choose a cheap pack of decorations to put on the tree. Naturally they chose pink and sparkly!
Following that I have been making a Santa cake for my Grandma (professional photos to follow). My Uncle and his daughter have come over from Australia for Christmas as she asked if I could make them something. This took up all of nap time and some of the evenings so the days have been spent getting the girls out of some fresh air and finishing other little jobs: the online shop, getting some bits from HobbyCraft etc…
The tumble drier broke last week, we had a company come out the next day but they had to order in a part. That is now finally fixed so I have a mountain of washing to do. I kept on top of some of it but in the absence of being able to hang cloths outside t dry i was running out of space! Never again will I underestimate my love of the tumble dryer.
As busy as we have been it looks like our Elf, Sparkle Heart has been even busier rushing between here and the North Pole. I’m sure she is glad her job only lasts for 24 days a year. See what she go up to last week here.
She bought the girls a Bug Puzzle with a ‘fishing net’. They loved this and played really nicely together (after some not-so-gentle persuasion from me).
This was a Friday, she was obviously getting tired because I walked in and found her attached to my wine. I was not impressed! If she goes anywhere near my gin I will throw her back to the North Pole myself!
She got the decorations out for the girls to do the tree.
She hid herself in the girls tree along with some Santa shaped chocolates that they had to try and find. (They didn’t take long to find then all, when chocolate is involved they don’t waste anytime!).
Sparkle Heart had a riding lesson from Barbie.
She took a ride on the Santa Express.
To ensure the girls spend their last 10 days behaving her found a very good vantage point in the light of the playroom!
Tune in next week to see what Sparkle Heart has been up to in Week 3.