I wrote a post about all of the fart talk that goes on in my household. It is still going on, but I am not going to write about it (not for today at least)
Fridays are my day off, time I spend with my five year old when she is not in Pre-School, I am not at work, the older ones are in school, and M is usually at work. I wanted to to something fun with her! Creative, Crafty, Neat, Girly, all of the above!
Now I do not, nor will I ever have a Green Thumb! It is just not in me. I have tried, believe me I have tried. In my old house, I would get little gardening jolts, run off to Home Depot,and come home with a flat of ground cover, flowers, or green stuff with pretty colors.
I have absolutely ZERO knowledge or understanding of soil, seasons, or seeds!
My house now, thanks to my husband, has a more tropical landscape going on. Palm Trees, Palm Trees, Palm Trees. He has the Green Thumb. We compost our trash, he knows all of the scientific names for the trees, and the more everything grows, the more we feel as though we are surrounded by a lush, green paradise.
So back to creative time with Ki! While I do love our Hawaiian themed yard, I do love the whole cottage, flower look as well. But I know our garden will never look like that.After a few pictures I saw online, and some inspiration from my cousins adorable house in San Diego, where she created a little Unicorn Garden in one of the tree stumps in her yard, I thought of a plan.
I shoveled all that dirt
I deserve a Golden Shovel Award
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|Work in Progress.|
|Fairy Garden Final Product|
A good book, a lounge chair, a wading pool and some sunshine. My backyard can take me away from all of the stress that my life can sometimes bring.
Thank you also for letting our Fairies have a little corner of the Palm Tree Village.