Please excuse the pyjama bottoms!
So tomorrow it is here - the opening of the Rugby World Cup - and if you don't live in New Zealand you may not know that it is one of our biggest events ever and will last for 6 weeks!
Everything is going black - (Credits: Greg Page, Ruapehu Bulletin)
It has been a long and dramatic time coming, from when we lost our chance to co-host the 1993 tournament, to our Prime Minister flying to Ireland in 2005 to help with our pitch to the IRB, to Christchurch's games being moved after the devastating earthquake in February this year. It is 24 years since we hosted the first World Cup (also 24 years since we won...) which makes me feel a bit old, but it is lovely to see the little ones getting excited (see Aimee's Father's Day post here).
Rugby World Challenge on Playstation 2
Even Mr Toddler knows something is up because 'Dadda fast cars' has been replaced with 'Dadda rugby ball' (apparently after much research this one is the best game).
This personalised shirt is for a friend's little man, how cute is the alphabet fabric? (I found it at Cushla's). See what everyone else has made this week at Our Creative Spaces.
I have written before about not dressing my daughter in black, of course now I can't find a plain black shirt to decorate for her...
Note: Obviously I can't sell cup shirts but I have a limited number of black shirts left for personalising, details here