Monday, November 29, 2010

@ my house...

I have our sweet 6yr old recovering from a nasty virus that came on very quickly Saturday afternoon.  A quiet day at home is definitely in order today, though he is devastated that he isn't going to school! Don't you just love the dedication at this age...
It's a dull day outside, so while these two are busy at play, I plan to make my way through 5 days of emails now that our system is back up & running.  Then I think we'll brighten things up a little on the inside with some shiney, sparkly Christmas cheer!  What's happening at your house? Join in here....

13 comments:

  1. OHHH EXCITING! Christmas decorations...will start to put some up also. Outdoor lights have gone up this afternoon, before hubby leaves for London again...:(.
    Wishing your little one 'Get Well Soooon'
    LOVE PEACE enJOY
    Julie
    x

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  2. Viruses aren't much fun are they? We have a really weird one this time around which had some worrying spots but they haven't gotten any worse overnight. Mr3 will be off kindy for a few days - bit of a pain because there is only a couple of weeks left anyway! We put up our tree yesterday - couldn't wait hehe

    Hope Mr6 feels better soon

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  3. Oh no! Hope he is feeling better very soon! They feel like they are missing out when they are off school - i've got one just the same. Had to nearly strap her down to keep her home!(when she was ill)xx

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  4. Get well soon! And what spectacular decorations you have. So pretty!

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  5. Not good hope he is on the mend. I do love quiet days at home. Charmaine

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  6. Hope your little man feels better soon. My 5 year old hates to miss a day of school too :-)

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  7. I used to hate missing school when I was younger as well (although I wasn't allowed to miss it very often anyway). Hope you all had a lovely quiet day. The decorations are looking good. I have been putting things off until December - but not long now! Lou.

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  8. we are down with cold too, me and my younger one. Love love your doily decoration

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  9. Being a teacher I DO love it when I hear of kids who are devastated when they can't go to school - that's fab! I hope he's feeling better now... an extra day or two at home will do wonders.

    I'll be breaking the Christmas decorations out after my birthday which is early in December. It was always a tradition as I was growing up that we waited until after my birthday so 'my special day' didn't get all mixed in with Christmas!

    Linda. xx

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  10. Oh a quiet play day sounds just the ticket. Hope everyone is feeling better real soon.

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  11. I see happiness and sweet softness in your home going on.
    Have a happy day! xxx

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  12. I love your whites, very winter wonderland looking! I hope the sweet kiddo is back to rights and that you can answer your emails happily!

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  13. Oh no, poor little thing. I used to be the same, I hated missing school. Funny how once you start work you lose that isn't it?

    Enjoy your Christmas cheer!

    Thanks for sharing what is happening at your house.

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