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Dancing In The Rain

Just the other night I bought myself a bait trap so that I could use it for my dragons (turning it into an outside terrarium), and today the kids, hubby and I headed down to the creek to look for sticks that might be suitable to stick inside of it. At this stage of the day it was a beautiful, sunny, hot day and looked to remain that way.

As husbands tend to do (well mine at least), he got distracted on our search for sticks. We played billy goat gruff on a bridge over the creek before tramping off through some nearby bush in search of a track. Hubby takes this track while mountain biking. It was still sunny.

At The Beach

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Yup, we are still in winter (according to the calender) and we headed to the beach. The tide was out so we had a huge flat to walk and explore on. Mercedes was a little scared at first, not sure what to make of the bumpy ground and the small luke warm puddles of water. She was especially scared of the seaweed and would not walk over it, but had to stay as far away from it as possible, which was hard considering it was pretty much everywhere in small clumps. She did survive and enjoyed her long walk out to the waters edge and back.

Erin had a blast and even tried to make sand angles in the hard wet sand. She had fun exploring the little pools, picking up hermit crabs and finding the green slimy worms that were quite plentiful. Erin also had her togs on before we even left home (we had some errands to run before we went to the beach).

Ctenophorus nuchalis (Central Netted Dragons) & Sore Toes

Boy are the dragons growing.
I have only had them a month and in the last 3 weeks they have shot up.

Big Boy/Girl - 14cm (grown 4cm and shedding skin at the moment)
Little Boss - 15cm (grown 5cm)
Pretty girl - 10.5cm (grown 3.5 cm)
Plain Jane - 10cm (grown 3cm)
Note: 2.5cm = 1 inch (roughly)

Big Boy/Girl

Big Boy/Girl is shedding his/her skin

Introducing Me!

I am an stay-at-home, school-at-home, work-at-home mum. Age, weight, height and other details are not important, but the jobs I do are.
As you can see these are my 4 bubs. We have EE, Grub, Lala and J. They take up most of my time, well they are a 24/7 job really. Currently I only know where one is and that is the grub, whom is sitting at her sisters desk trying to be big and colour in whatever paper she can find. I think EE is in the bathroom playing in a sink of water and the other two are most likely hiding from the chores which they know they have to do. They are my life and my life seems to revolve around them and the man I married.

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