All sorts of treasures

My darling Love Bug

You have this thing you do at the moment: pointing out treasures.

They can be garden treasures {flowers, leaves, stems of flowers or lizards – we have many roaming our gardens}; big treasures {statues, paintings, odd things you see in people’s front gardens}; little treasures {stickers, pieces of electrical wire [where on earth did you find that?], buttons, pieces of string and ribbon}. You even called a puppy we met while walking yesterday a treasure. He was. We talked to his person and he is a big, slobbery rescue mutt. Absolute treasure. And I adore that you saw that in him.


Your awe and enthusiasm for each and every one of these treasures is infectious. It is precious. It is what I wish more people would do. Look at life’s little things and see the treasure therein.

You, precious girl, are my treasure. The best kind.

Moon and back, infinity
Mumma xox

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Seeing the treasure in everything and everyone is an important skill!

  2. Gen says:

    I love that little people point out all the treasures that big people are too busy to notice!

  3. I think my ovaries skipped a beat – bless her!!

  4. Bassa's Blog says:

    I am so pleased that Bubba is noticing the wonders that surround us all. The world is full of treasures and Bubba is one of them! xx

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