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This blog has been created to allow family and friends to share in and become part of the experience of 'Down at the Farm'.
Enjoy the children, their love for each other and their open hearted wonder and excitement.
Over time you will get to know the farm through their eyes and will see how they spend their day with each other in a very rich, organic way.
Each vignette is a snapshot in time. Follow from one to another, then on to more and you can share in our unfoldment and journey.
Enjoy your visit ...

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Aah..hh some sunshine ..

How blessed we were with the sunshine today.

I (Carly) even got the sunscreen out! Very exciting the prospect of some warmer days to enjoy at the farm.

Early in the day, we got presented with a map that luke had made in the morning, the map was of the farm.

It had all of us on it and all the animals too. This map set our day up as it led Lola, Ali Samson and I on adventures and we couldn't get lost ... ... after all, we had our trusty map!

The day was rich with friendship, the children all played together so well. I really saw the love they have for one another and how trusting they are of me, really listening to what I had to say and taking me in.

I was also really able to sit back and watch as all the kids played games that changed quite rapidly from being dinosaurs, to being cows, then dogs  ... ... all just organically unfolding, but without any fuss, so not much need for me to intervene.

It's really great to see how much they grow and change week to week.

We also had a treat today ... 

It is Lukes birthday on Saturday, so Vicki made some gluten free cup cakes for us to all share (which I'm sure Monique would have loved, but she was still not well this week. We missed her being there .. )

We sang happy birthday and chomped on the really yummy cupcake after our lunch.

Thanks Vicki!

What a great adition to our sunny fun filled day at the farm ...

farm 29.09.10c

... and here we all are last week at play ...

From Collages 22.09.10c

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