On Friday morning, Adina began her first dance class. The teacher is young and was uncomfortable with parents being in the same room. So, most of us huddled around the door to try to catch a glimpse of our kiddo, through the little window in it, as she tiptoed or danced by. I'm going to try to sneak in and get at least a few pictures over the next few weeks. Anyway, when we got home, I went to help Ezekiel get started back with his assignments and came to see what she was up to. She was exhausted, and I found her all cuddled up, in the beanbag, dozing with our dog Summer. Too cute!
Red Robin, afterwards, was just what we needed.
Barnes and Noble. They both had Christmas gift cards burning holes in their pockets. So, we humored them and came home with a small bundle. We LOVE books!
- 1 Crate Paper Pattern Paper
- 2 Bo Bunny Pattern Papers
- 1 Lily Bee Pattern Paper
- 3 Basic Grey Pattern Papers
- 2 Coredinations Cardstock
- 1 Coredination Solid Cardstock
- Crate Paper Random Alpha Labels
- 1 pkg. of Kaiserkraft Sparklets
- Basic Grey Die Cut Flowers, Picadilly
- Mercantile Exclusive Stamp
- 1 XL ledger index card
- Pillow Box containing:
- Harlow Prima Flowers – colors will vary between cream, pink and red
- Metal Flowers Basic Grey, Picadilly
- 1 yard May Arts Ribbon
- 2 vintage “Smith” pharmacy labels
Oh! And I also just have to share this little conversation we had at the dinner table. It began with Adina practicing her memory verse, and I'm thinking that her Sunday School teacher must've really plugged the whole manger scene image over Christmas.
Adina: With God, all things are possible. (while doing hand motions)
Daddy: Good job! Do you know where Jesus lives?
Adina: With the cows.
Mommy/Daddy/Ezekiel: Snicker. Snicker.
Adina: I mean with the sheep.
Mommy/Daddy/Ezekiel: More snickering.
Ezekiel: No, He lives in Heaven.
Adina: No, He lives with the cows.
Ezekiel: No, He lives in Heaven with God the Father.
Adina: He lives in Heaven with the cows.
Mommy/Daddy/Ezekiel: Hysterical laughter.
I just can't argue with that face! Plus, I'm sure there are cows in Heaven, too. Gotta love the innocence of a little one! Thanks so much for stopping by! May you all have an absolutely blessed work week! I'm off to see if I can sneak in a little time with that kit, before my little one is up from her nap.