Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Calling Dr Spook

The Fourth Child

What is it about the fourth child? The
y seem to be born wiser than the rest with a knowledge of everything! They gain this knowledge because unlike your first child they seem to be able to access everything that they want. They are opinionated and believe everything should be at their disposal now ,with a favorite catch cry “I need more”......My husband and I talk constantly about reining in this behaviour but we are fighting a losing battle against our older 3 children who give in to the Littlest Princess just to get a minute of their peace!

Help Help Help the terrible twos have only just begun.


What a week it's been! As I am busily rushing to get our stock into our first retail stores it's hard to resist being very excited. 
I love our product and the retail party skirts are truly my favorite. 
Today whilst standing in one of our first retail stores (OUR PLACE Beecroft) with skirts on hangers in my hand a 3 year old rushed up to me and brushed her hand across the layers of flounce, the smile when she realised how soft it felt was magical. Lucky for that little girl she was shopping with grandma who naturally purchased. 

Off to sort out more stock now, with a smile on my face.

Below another very lucky little girl, Audrey ... trying out one of our retail range.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Rain Rain go away!

As I'm busy preparing new stock for tomorrows market at Mosman, I am hoping the rain I can hear slowing tapping above will go away.  Do you think this means more sun than rain, I hope so !


It's never any fun flouncing in the rain. Come and see us any how but maybe bring a brolly in case.

Flouncing off for now.

Cassandra xx

Wednesday, November 4, 2009


Oh I've just come home from a night at my bookclub. I love my bookclub, but possibly not for the same reason a lot of other people love going to bookclub. My bookclub is a little bit on the casual side you could say! But hey, what's wrong with that?

There's usually between 5- 10 of us on any given month. We have dinner/drinks at a local pub. We laugh (a  lot), chat (even more) & sometimes we briefly discuss the book we have (or haven't) read! I try to read the book - well most months I try, but sometimes I just don't get there! And you know what, no one in our bookclub judges!!

I try to set a few rules ... no books about war, murder, crime, sick children, illness, death, or anything set in the 1800's! Every month I say "Let's read something light, fluffy & romantic" I never win but it's worth a try!
So what's so good about my bookclub you ask? Well it's all about getting together with my special friends, laughing, chatting, eating & drinking. All the important things in life. And it's a little bit of time-out, which we all need.

This month's book is

Around Australia in 80ks

by Greg Bearup

Everyone should start up or join a bookclub. It can be serious or casual. What ever tickles your fancy!

Back to the flouncing now,

Kate xx