Sunday, June 13, 2010

Wrapped up in blankets for winter

Firstly, I must apologise for my lack of blogging of late.
Ok - I will be honest - It has a little to do with the onset of winter and desperately wanting to curl up on the couch and stay cosy, a little bit to do with being busy finalising and receiving our latest range of 2 layer bamboo blankets and beanies, and a LOT to do with becoming obsessed with the Twilight Saga..... Strange, I know. I must be about a year or more behind the rest of the world (and I abstained for as long as I did as I KNEW that I would get "sucked into it") but in reality, when the bug bit - it bit hard!
I found myself neglecting work, neglecting the family and walking around trying to cook, clean and sleep with a book under my nose. Addictive is the only word - I read all 4 books in just over a week and a bit (plus 264 pages of Midnight Sun online) and am now just starting Breaking Dawn (the fourth book) for the second time..... Yes - I probably will just finish it tomorrow and then pick up the first book and start all over again, but for now, I am content to just hang out on the couch and read, read, read!
That being said, my reading obsession was interrupted on Friday (thankfully) by the arrival of our shipment of stock for this winter. I wanted to go a bit brighter, a bit bolder and a bit funkier - so Little Akai and Little Apple Blossom have joined our range of blankets, and Natural Eco has made a stunning return (as it was ever so popular and sold out far too quickly).

With thanks to a gorgeous friend of mine and her beautiful bub (not to mention her husband who takes fantastic photos) - we captured the little man (below) testing out the new range!

(- Little Apple Blossom 2 layer bamboo blanket and beanie set) and below (my favourite) Little Akai 2 layer bamboo blanket and beanie set.... What a cutie our little model is!

And our entire range of beanies are finally here - just in time for all those gorgeous winter babies!
So.... It wasn't an entirely unproductive few weeks (chuckle chuckle) - I did manage to get a lot done, even with my "diversions" that I am sure a few of you could relate to! Righty-O, I have a book to read...........