Friday, December 10, 2010

at play

Kate's Sunday School teacher, Kim does a wonderful job each week and provides me with many ideas that I would never have thought to try with Kate. The bows are one of Kim's play activities from Sunday School for Kate so I thought I would give her some at home to play with as well. The tissue paper was the icing on the cake. :)

Isn't she a doll? ♥


  1. Anonymous9:49 PM

    yes! yes! yes!! She is SUCH a dolly! MemMem loves her and her bor and sis =)

  2. Anonymous9:51 PM

    I mean bro and sis LOL

  3. Looks like fun! I have a Christmas sensory basket I'm putting together for the girls next week but I didn't think to add tissue paper! Thanks for the idea!

  4. Oh, she is a doll indeed! These pictures just touched my heart!

    I am visiting your bloggy space today after following a commment you made on "Amy's Humble Musings." You are the mom who bought the book about how to play with your children...and that amused me. :-) I am that mom too!

    I have two grown-up-and-married children and two girls (17 and 9) still at home...and I have never been much good at playing! :-) I willingly play games, read aloud (a lot!), and chat...but I just cannot "play"! Oh well, I've just decided over the years that I'll do the things that I can do.

    Enjoyed my visit in your space this morning. I hope that you are feeling better...and that your Christmas is blessed!

    ~ Cheryl

  5. Cheryl,
    Thank you so much for taking to time to leave me a note of your visit here. Your description of yourself as a mom fits me exactly, so I'm in good company now! :)

    The antibiotics are doing their job and I am feeling better, so thank you. Merry Christmas!

  6. So glad you are feeling better, Heather! And I'll stop by to visit you again! (And thank you for visiting me...gotta love cyberspace!) :-)


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