Sick days, Anzac biscuits and fuzzy bunnies.

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My little man is having his first ever sick day and I think he is enjoying it too much. I keep encouraging naps, (mainly for me) and he keeps wanting to play FIFA 15. I feel bad because I am 99% sure he got it from me so I am letting him have a little fun. I don’t like my chances of getting him back to school tomorrow.

So I had some quiet time yesterday, between taking care of paperwork, trying to shake my cold and mum duties to do some creative things. I felt like making some Anzac biscuits for the little man and have got this amazing recipe from Australian better homes and gardens magazine that has the origial recipe. What makes it for me is the distinct lack of desiccated coconut. I loathe desiccated coconut on anything but a lamington; lamingtons get a pass because they are just so good especially the cream ones. So I rejoiced in my new love of Anzac bikkies and whipped up a batch.

I also saw on Pinterest ages ago, how to make cute knitted bunnies from a knitted square. I had a few knitted squares from BH&G office so I got the fingers busy and whipped up a little ombré family. They turned out ok, but I doubt I would make them again, once is enough. If you want to have a go yourself try here..https://josoandsew.wordpress.com/tutorials/knitted-bunnies/

Anyway, today my little man and I are slugged out on the couch, two poodles snoring beside me, and I am relishing the opportunity to snuggle down with a six year old boy, who not too far in the future won’t want to be hugged and smothered by me anymore.

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2 thoughts on “Sick days, Anzac biscuits and fuzzy bunnies.

  1. I am a cow of a mother, my kids only got to stay home sick if they spend the day being bored out of their skulls (ie no computer games etc) otherwise I would never get them back to school. Doesn’t work for the older ones anymore – but will admit to preferring the snuggling when they were 6.

    The bunnies are cute, good way to start off your blog.

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