Thursday, October 10, 2013

Day 10 Frocktober: Casual to the extreme

Today is one of my days home with Immy and we started off doing school drop off with her still in her fleece onesie. She refused to get out of them until we did a spot of cooking in the afternoon. By that stage I had the central heating pumping and she picked a white cotton shirt dress.

It was probably the last time it will be worn as we struggled to get her arms in.

We baked a little in the afternoon.

I ironed. Little girl dresses need ironing, no matter how much you try and wash and fold them.

I am finding that I am doing skirts more than dresses. I still think this is ok, because I am not wearing jeans. I do miss them.

As I was looking for a little fact about ovaries or lady bits cancers tonight I found this.

If you are throwing a morning tea or want to educate anyone about ovaries or you just like baking something interesting - THIS IS FOR YOU!

The Ovary Cake.

I can't find the original source, so if it is yours, please let me know, I found it here - but they don't say where they found it, it would be good to credit the original owner of this educational cake!

Immy: PureBaby White Shirt dress
Me: Cotton On Skirt, Target 3/4 tee, Sportsgirl scarf, Shoes by Crocs (gifted to support my Frocktober efforts).


  1. lol, cakes are definitely getting interesting these days. skirts are definitely OK.

  2. Oh I'm just not sure what to say about that cake ..... uterus and cake are two things that simple don't match up!!! LOL - funny and sick all at the same time :)

  3. Very interesting cake , I like it . Someone went to a lot of trouble.that would be some multiple birth though. Poor bitty babies.

    1. Ha! Yes, it sure is quite a few babies, I guess we need them to bring out giant jelly babies, like giant freddos!


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