Tuesday, 19 May 2009

A New Trend ???



It's been quite an eventful day today... I had a little trip to the hospital to get two moles on my face checked out. The Doctor said they were fine but she froze them with liquid nitrogen, said they'll probably blister or go crunchy and then drop off ---- lovely. Better to be safe than sorry though.



Hub was off work so we went shopping for sleeping bags, next week is another school holiday and we are off to Ullswater on a little camping holiday..... lordy, lordy, it is our first family camping trip and I'm not sure if I'm looking forward to it!!! Any camping tips will be gratefully recieved ?



So what's the take on Gabe's new hat , do you think it's a trend that will catch on ?

19 comments:

A Thrifty Mrs said...

LMAO! Quite the fashionista.

Carol said...

I have a tip, if you do have hook up...take a small heater with you.
We did on our last trip and now I will not ever camp without it, keeps the damp out, towels and clothes dry, Wonderful Heat Perfect!
Love the hat and hope those mole remnents drop off quickly.
Cx
well I never guess what the word veri is????
bionospy...sounds very much like what you had done...were they near the nose?

Tabiboo said...

Absolutely!!

I wonder if it is a boy thing as when my son was roughly three he used to do the same with empty boxes of shreddies - boys.

take care,

Nina x

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Perfect hats! I think they'll be all the rage at Ascot! Lucy x

Kitty said...

Oh dahhhlink, what a divine hat!

My advice re: camping. Don't. There, that was helpful, wasn't it? :-D x

Lina said...

Wow, he's growing up so fast! Camping tips: we have a camping checklist which we use for packing every time. Most importantly, I find alcohol (not forgetting bottle openers/corkscrew etc) the key to a relaxing trip...

clare's craftroom said...

A face as cute as that can get away with a hat like that .

lou said...

I can see the hat being the next big thing; I will look out for it at Chelsea.
I hope you have a lovely time away camping!

Love Lou xxx

Rachel said...

Ahh, he looks adorable! Have fun camping, no tips though I'm afraid, as I am a complete camping virgin!
:)

Adrienne said...

What a forward thinking little guy you have there - repuropsing and all! ;-) I can't remember if I left a comment the last post (it's been kinda crazy here) - I love G's name! Thanks for sharing ... and as far as the camping trip goes - well ... I haven't the slightest clue. I'm more of a camper/hotel gal vs the great wide open!

driftwood said...

love that hat!

so good of you to get your moles checked, I know I should do the same.....

hope the camping goes well, fantastic location, I love the north lakes, we used to camp all the time but we've never done it with the children.... take a pillow is my advise xx

LizzieJane said...

I think it is a lovely hat, it's one of a kind for sure! I hope you have a wonderful camping trip...my you are brave! Looking forward to hearing all about it when you get home.
x

Julia said...

Hello

This is my first visit to your blog and I just want to say how much Ive enjoyed your posts and pics!! I love your rabbits, Im off to look at your Etsy shop in a mo!

Love Julia x

ps, your little man looks adorable in his hat :)

Simone said...

Good luck with the camping trip!!! I think the recycled hat look will catch on!x

twiggypeasticks said...

What a cutie. hope your camping trip goes well, I want some tips from you as we're having our first under canvas jaunt with Twiglet this Summer. Starting off gently in Grandmas garden!!
Have fun.
twiggy x

Kellie said...

I'm with Kitty!!!!! Don't go stay at home in the warm!!! No sewing machine or telly when you go camping!!!

I love that boy!!!

Oh ... and have I been sleeping ... when did the 'my other blog' arrive????

Spots and Stripes said...

Enjoy your camping trip - lots of layers and blankets is the key and of course some knitting to do round the campfire! (although nothing too complicated...)

Surfer Rosa said...

So cute - your two are just so scrummy.
I hope the sun shines next week for you. I'm sure you'll have a fabulous time. We first took my son camping when he was about 18 months and he loved it.
When my son was about four we got him his own torch and went monster hunting at night in some woods next to the campsite, I've never seen anyone so excited.
I def. recommend plenty of wine to keep out the cold and a BBQ+supplies as the kiddos never stop eating with all the fresh air!!

annemarie said...

I just discovered your blog - what happiness - your pictures make me smile. I love your chicks - could you share with us the source of the pattern. They are so darn cute.