I'm never pleased to see a moth fluttering inside our house. I found a couple while cleaning out our closet the other day and was quite distressed. My husband just purchased new wool suits for the fall and moths are the last thing we need nibbling on them. With the doors open and closed (and often left open) by the boys 1000 times a day, it is inevitable. Ironically, I have moths to be thankful for lately as they have been keeping the kids entertained for a small spell each day. We have been spotting some very pretty moths lately around our house. The boys have been leaving the outside night on each night to see what they can attract. The first thing they do when they wake up is run downstairs to see if they can spot any new creatures. I love how children can help you stop and take notice of the simple pleasures in life.....even teaching a Wool Fairy to find a soft spot for moths in her heart. My 9 year old actually remarked, "Wow, there are so many lovely moths today!". Here are our favorites from this weeks "catch".