Monday, August 25, 2008

grass

We're sitting back on tummy mountain and having a look at just how long the meadow grass is growing at this time of year. Maybe we need to get some kind of lawn mower, like a sheep. Or a giant rabbit. Do giant rabbits eat grass?

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Stop Press!

storming off creates a stir!


The news has just come in that the little ones have been causing a ruckus on the front page of etsy. The Small One was captured, using the latest technology pencils and paints, storming off from an unpleasant moment of an uncertain nature. Wee Small witnessed the event and had this to say; "Look! Birds!"

We will be posting updates as they occur.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

walking with sticks

over the little hill and along the path came the wee boys and the little one walking with sticks.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

snowman

Wee Small wandered in from the sunshine and said "maybe your snowman will have an idea. maybe he will get some food for us."

Well maybe he will.

Saturday, August 9, 2008

24/7

Sometimes this rambling blog may convey the impression that it is nothing but sunshine, picnics, and dancing with rabbits on Tummy Mountain. Well it is! Well, mostly sunshine and picnics, but there is a serious side to Tummy Mountain. A side of strenuous effort and grindstones to shoulders and things like that.

Two examples:

1.) Not just any cloud can be played on! First they go through a rigorous process of examination that includes such crucial tests as patting, jumping, hiding behind, and manoeuvrability. Our top scientist, The Small One, makes sure each cloud on Tummy Mountain is up to standard. She has a clipboard.


stage 4: patting test

2.)Wee Tiny and Wee Small had to stop the important task of gluing sticks and leaves to pieces of paper, to take part in a little bit of brushing leaves and sticks and poo off the trampoline. The poo had been left there without malice, but a little carelessly by some possums who like to jump on the trampoline. And they jump on it all night long.

Yes it is 24hours and 7 days a week at Tummy Mountain. Everyone is doing there bit.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

the pond

On Tummy Mountain the little ones sometimes play race around the pond. The prize is a big snail shell!

tummy on cooplet

The little ones were pretty happy by being featured on cooplet.

The little ones like to click on Cooplets blog. The little ones could not be kept away from the entry called "Cake Madness"