Last week we spent a lot of time in the garden. I was either pottering in the greenhouse, or weeding. Eddie played with his toys or just ran around, singing and laughing.
I've been also trying to see how far I can take photos with the zoom of my camera, and spotted these white roses over the stone wall, in the neighbours' garden. I couldn't just go nearer and take the photos for obvious reasons, so just snapped these roses from afar.
On Monday Eddie brought back home a police teddy bear, a mascot which has been "visiting" each child's home for a day. He had to do a record of what they did together in the class book. The teddy bear, I think, enjoyed staying with us. As for Eddie, he was ecstatic.
Popping the next two photos together. For some reason, since I killed off my laptop by pouring a cup of hot tea over it (don't ask. Totally mea culpa), I cannot add any vertical images to my blog posts. I have edited them, they show as vertical in the Photo folders on my laptop, but when I add them to the post, they turn into horizontal, unless I put them together in a collage. Soooo frustrating. It didn't happen on my old laptop.
This is Eddie's sunflower, which he's been growing from a seed. He wants to grow the biggest sunflower in school, bless him. It is already over a metre tall, and keeps growing.
A pale blue campanula is such a pretty delicate flower. I haven't planted them, and they keep coming year after year, along the path in the shade of the trees.
This week was so warm that he figs are getting bigger. I wonder if we'd get any ripe ones this summer. Last year we had lots of fruit but hardly any ripened.
Eddie's very fond of all the superheroes stuff. Here's his drawing of Captain America. When I was his age, I haven't even heard of Captain America.
Ninjago, Ninja turtles, Lego and Superheroes, what are little boys made of...