Feb 9, 2010

Recap: Some of Our Imaginative Activities








Here are some of our recent activities that were inexpensive, fun, magical and whimsical. 

We can all make our children's lives magical, if we just take the time to imagine..


p.s. Bare with me for the next few weeks' posts--I am pregnant (and we are overjoyed!) but I have a case of "Morning sickness" which seems to last all day! This too shall pass! 
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13 comments:

Paloma said...

Those are GORGEOUS pictures! Your girls look sooooo happy!!! Thanks for sharing!

Paloma.

Caroline said...

Thank you, Paloma! We are having fun--even with 38" of snow on the ground! And guess what? We are expected to have another 10-12 inches tonight! Chilly, chilly!

Megan said...

Congratulations!!!!! :-) So exciting! And I hope the morning sickness passes soon.

Caroline said...

Thanks, Megan!! After the initial surprise--we are just thrilled!

Marcy said...

I was wandering around the bloggy-world with directions provided by SITS (which means I saw your comment on a blog today and decided to stop by yours) and I love the place! All of your fun activities make me wish I had little girls to be creative with! Since I don't envision the 17 and 12 year old boys playing along I'll have to stick to solo projects, but your blog has inspired me with ideas. We are in between the "before" and "after" stages in fixing up a farm house, so from time to time I need something simple to make me feel like I'm accomplishing something.

And congratulations on the baby (from someone who you just "met")

Netters said...

I think I need to live vicariously through you! I love the cute girly ideas ... and I may just need to implement some of them with my nieces, as our household is full of boys..(unless you count my darling puppies!)

I love your closing comment. So very true, but sometimes so hard to accomplish. Your imagination with your activities was beautifully captured in your photographs.

Also, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

Rebecca said...

Congratulations on your pregnancy! I'll pray for a healthy full-term baby and a easy labor and delivery!

Love the photos, the lemonade looks delicious!

Ellen said...

Congratulations on your baby to be!!! Fully understand the morning sickness...take care of yourself, nurture yourself...we will wait patiently.

Paloma said...

There is an award for you in my blog! :)

Happy Wednesday!

Paloma.

Natalie at Mommy on Fire said...

WOOHOO! Congratulations, Caroline!! Yeah for you. What a gift!

I gave you an award today - stop by my blog when you get the chance and check it out!

Kat @ www.TodaysCliche.com said...

Okay, I just posted like a novel, and it didn't take. Bummer! I had said that I knew we communicated via email, but I forget... when's your due date again?

Also, those pictures are TO DIE FOR! I'm like 9000 steps ahead of most of my friends, in terms of photography (I use a SLR camera... but it's 'only' a Canon Rebel DSi ).Gosh, I want to take lessons from you!! How much of your effects are from editing?

Lastly, FEEL TERRIBLE about your morning sickness. I had it with all 4, and up until 35 weeks with one of them; the boys ALWAYS made me sicker, longer. Will you find out??

Again, am totally following you... email, Google FC, and Twitter!

Susan Anderson said...

Feel better soon! And keep some soda crackers by the bed...and in your purse...and in the car...

;)

Caroline said...

Thank you again to everyone for all the beautiful well-wishes...It means more than words can say...