Monday, October 27, 2008

Wondering

Things I have wondered during the last week while sewing more bags:
How many loads of washing can fit on the washing line?
How much can 2 three year olds eat?
How much fabric can fit in my room?
What is at the bottom of my freezer and at the back of the fridge?
What is under the fridge?
How much can a six month old poo?
How much tap dancing on the wooden floor can I stand before my head explodes?
Where are all the tupperware lids?
How can I convince children to go to bed when it is still light?





16 comments:

Michelle said...

argh...well i know that all the tupperware lids are at my house as i'm missing all the bases...
go figure it's like the whole odd sock thing...a total mystery...

Super Monkey said...

if your 6 month old is anything like mine she can poo her own bodyweight several times a day!

PetraO said...

And with three small kids around - where do you find the time to make all these lovely things!

Lin said...

I have wondered many of these things myself!

our shabby cottage said...

If I knew the answers to some of these questions, I think I would be a very wealthy woman!!!

Stephanie said...

Believe it or not you'll look back on these days with fondness and miss them. And you will find your tupperware lids. I've had my tupperware bowl set over 25 years. Lovely bags!

Angie said...

And how do you do it with 3 children?

love the fabric of that bag in front!

and your bags....

must go.....

need to stop gushing!

Jenny said...

Your wonderings made me laugh and your bags made me go "ooo" "ah"-very gorgeous!

Kris said...

Well, being the mother of many children I always know how many loads of washing fit on the line, but as for the tupperware lids.....no clue! I have never worked out how to get little ones to sleep when it's light, but I know how much fabric fits in my room. Not enough!!!

Philigry said...

oh, we share the same thoughts! i love those bags!

Hello, I'm Sally. said...

Ha! I often wonder many of the same things!

Kathy said...

I think we women think these thoughts often. Love the fabrics!

Stacey said...

When you've solved all those questions, can you please figure out what's under my fridge too?
Love the peasant shirts. Your girls look very cute in them.

picklesticks said...

Some of the great mysteries of the universe!

Linda said...

your new bags are gorgeous Kate!

Mama de Saga said...

You are too funny.
I love! that red bag!