You know that crazy game called soccer? Yeah, it's everywhere you turn these days since it's European cup or whatever they're playing. So, we took a stroll through the city and found this bunch of guys and of course we had to take a pic of our boy as well. :)
On Wednesday the kid fell from the sofa and broke his collarbone. We spent the afternoon in ER but were fairly quickly done I must say. I've never had a broken bone so this is a new territory for me. The fall didn't look that bad to break a bone. He's only 17 months.
the kid likes fruit. Every day we pick wild strawberries around our fence, we have a bush of redcurrant in our yard and he picks it every time he passes it, cherries are popular as well. He seems to have forgotten all about bananas that he loved so much.
I was the kid that had to spit out all the pits. Even to this day I can't eat watermelon without removing pits and I don't like redcurrant or blackcurrant because of it. But my kid eats it all. He ate 3 cherry pits by accident because I didn't hold on to the cherry strong enough. :)
we were at my cousin's birthday party over the weekend and the kid had a blast. There was this young boy that played his accordion and my kid couldn't get enough of him. He stood nearby and wiggled his little butt the whole time. :)
my uncle has a farm so the kid got to pet little 3 days old chicks. The last time we were visiting a couple of weeks ago, he got to see pigs, baby rabbits and 3 foals as well. He got scared by the big horses and by the rooster because he never heard it before. We only have hens at home.
I usually use erasers but I couldn't find one big enough so I opted for linoleum. It's been a while since I've carved an eraser but I think it's easier to carve linoleum however I had to do it twice since the first cuts weren't deep enough.
It's way easier to stamp with an eraser though, prints are neater and lines more pronounced. That's my experience any way. It may have to do with the fact that I had to use a heavier watercolor paper which I use for ATCs.