I taped a few pieces of black card together to create a larger scale background than usual, and she printed away to her hearts content to make a snowy scene. She was very proud of it and wanted to drag the whole, wet thing upstairs to show Daddy who was working from home. No thanks!
Lovely as this was as an activity, there is nowhere to store it so I imagine this will soon be filed under B for bin!
It was still only about 11 am by this point so we set about decorating some star shaped Christmas biscuits that I made earlier in the week. They are from Nigella Lawson’s Christmas Cook Book and are filled with all things Christmassy and delicious- cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and pepper!
I poured a small amount of icing sugar into a bowl and slooshed a little bit of water on top (very technical measurements) and Cakie made a good attempt at stirring it all together into a runny paste. She then spooned it over the biscuits and added some silver balls although she ate at least as many as she put on, of course.
Then, when Daddy had a 20 minute lunch break we went into the garden for some snow fun. This was Baby Pop’s first experience of snow and she seemed fairly impressed!
Mummy and Cakie made a pretty poor attempt at some snow angels
Meanwhile Daddy did his Daddy-like-thing and flung his babies high into the air (do ALL men do this I wonder?!)
Back inside we all had some hot chocolate (made with Nesquik, really recommend it!) and some freshly smeared-with-icing biscuits.
Even Little Pop had her own hot chocolate!
We’re working on the drinking from a cup skills!