Yesterday was a special day in this house. We had a Mummy and Molly day. It was a little spare of the moment idea that was brilliant!
Now Molly goes to school on Fridays, I get some treasured one on one time with little Miss Jasmin who is growing way too fast for my liking. It has been so good for her and for me. Molly loves her sister dearly but there is moments where she does have a little go at her. A push, a shove or sneaky taking of her toy. Sometimes it's simply kids being kids but sometimes I know it's jealousy or a cry out for more attention.
Over the last two weeks we've been a little house bound lately with the kids and I sick and hubby away. So when hubby said he was home for the day it seemed the perfect opportunity for me to have some one on one time with Molly. I had some shopping to do and Molly loves shopping.
First we hit IKEA. Molly had a little sleep in the car on the way. We had a little look around, mostly in the kids/toys section but saw some very cute stuff. Where would a trip to IKEA be without stopping for a bite to eat and after left with some more trofast tubs I needed.
Then we hit some more shops much to the delight of Miss Molly. We did Target, Kmart and the Reject Shop. How cute is this little tin we found in the Reject Shop for $4.
On the way home we stopped at our local shops for some milk and had a little coffee date together. I found out that Molly love melting moments as much as I do. Of course yes she ate most of mine and the special ice cream biscuit I bought her!
When we got home hubby asked her what her favourite part of the day was and apparently it was the numbers! Numbers you ask? Well those gigantic numbers hanging from the ceiling in Kmart at the moment. She was so excited when she saw them in the shop she kept calling out 'look mum it's a 5, there's a 1 and it went on. Yes I have a funny kid!
It was a fabulous day and Molly seems to have a little extra spring in her step this morning. Even hubby commented on how extra happy she seems this morning before he went off to work. I think we'll have to do it more often.