It's hard to believe you are two months old already! Really where have the days gone! We've been an adventurous trio over the past few weeks and you've enjoyed your first taste of the big wide world. Whenever you meet someone new they comment on your wild hair and we think it's just fabulous too. We're constantly wondering what colour it will be and if those curls are going to stick around. Last week you found your hands and now they searching for things to pick up and cuddle. You also love to chew them! You're finding the mirror so fascinating and just love to kick all your blankets off. We love that you sleep well at night and we ask you very kindly to keep up the great work. And I almost forget to mention, you're quite the chatter box.. I have a funny feeling you may get that trait from me and I can't wait to share so many wonderful conversations with you. Oh Tallow, you're too cute for words, with fire in your belly and love in your heart, you already want to take on the world.
Your favourite toys, Owly and Mr Tiger
Your funny little bouncy chair
Being outside amongst the trees
Keeping your blanket on in bed
Taking too long to get dressed
Long car trips
We love you more than all the stars and can't wait to enjoy every minute of our first Christmas with you!
Earlier this year I stumbled across some amazing wrapping paper from The Dharma Door while shopping at one of my favourite Brisbane stores, Biome. I loved it so much I've used it for everything from wallpaper to vignette backgrounds and greeting cards. I was so happy to find The Dharma Door, a Fair Trade homewares company foundered by Shannon Speedy, based in the beautiful Byron Bay hinterland. I truly admire Shannon's aim 'to bring the highest quality designer Fair Trade homewares to an audience that values contemporary design' and I'm so delighted to support her beautiful philosophy.
As an early Christmas treat, Shannon has been kind enough to give one lucky Her Library Adventures reader the chance to win a beautifully crafted hessian sack with gorgeous sari and pom pom details (valued at $79.00). This sack would be just perfect for storing craft projects, toys and all kinds of treasures.
For your chance to win:
Leave a comment and let me know how you'd use this hessian sack in your home.
(I know I'd use it to stash my crochet projects in!)