Tuesday, November 9, 2010

::right now::

::one-on-one time with the kids::


::random science experiments::


::butter warming in the autumn sun::


::kid-made table centerpiece:


::anticipation of Martinmas::


::yarn along, reading Ginger Pye as a family, knitting hats for the nephews::


::my mother helping with the Christmas crafting::



16 comments:

  1. That is great stuff going on in your house ;)
    And it looks like your keeping yourself very busy as well...
    xoxo

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  2. This one made me smile. Nice stuff going on. Is that a quilt?

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  3. It looks like you are having FUN over there! I love that centerpiece...I think my kids need to get to work on something like that. :-)

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  4. How special to be able to craft side by side with your mom. :)
    And I love the kid made centerpiece!

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  5. Your post conveys a lovely atmosphere! So nice to have mom's help isn't it?
    Luciana

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  6. So much fun stuff going on at your place. Lovely!

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  7. Such wonderful goodness going on at your home:)
    xo

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  8. Is that a quilt? Looks lovely.

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  9. All of your projects look wonderful!

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  10. That looks like such a cute book and I love the title.

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  11. Its like a little elves workshop in these photos, so charming and fun!

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  12. Great stuff happening at your house Joy! And I was wondering too if that is a quilt. This is next on my "to learn" list :)

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  13. We LOVE Ginger Pye. I pick up that book all over my house. My 2 girls have worn it out!!
    I have never cracked the cover.
    Lisa

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  14. lovely! & have I mentioned I'm amazing at stratego?

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  15. Gorgeous quilt, adorable hat and Ginger Pye is a family favorite here :) Happy Martinmas!

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  16. I just wanted to know that I linked to this post on my Martinmas post. You inspired me!
    http://homeschooljournal-bergblog.blogspot.com/2010/11/lantern-walk-on-martinmas.html

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