Saturday, February 9, 2008

Weekly wrap up


We had a lot of fun here this past week.
We played, made art, colored, read books, voted,
visited the library,had a play date with our homeschool friends,and our play group friends
learned some new stuff, worked on polishing some skills.We celebrated Farmer Dad's B-Day
and Chinese New Year.
Pancake Day and Mardi Gras

10 comments:

Mrs. Darling said...

Wow looks like you did a lot! Your daughter is gorgeous!

Catching Fireflies said...

Wow. You do so many cool things. Princess is having a wonderful childhood!

Kate in NJ said...

Mrs D- Thank you, we didn't get to all we wanted to, but when we have a chance to visit with friends, we take it.lol

Cher- Thank you, she told me this morning that she wanted some friends to come over this week, because she wanted them to see what a "lovey home" she has and what "good and fun parents " she has. LOL
I'm tucking that away for the next screaming, fly down the hallway to her room "you are so mean" fit we have.;-)

knittingthewind said...

Once again a fun-packed week for you. So inspiring.

Happy birthday to Farmer Dad!

Nina said...

P does have a great life! Great week.

Mariposa said...

Beautiful mask she made, she did a great job with the colors. I second the person who said Princess had a beautiful childhood.

Heather said...

It looks like you have had a wonderful week. Lots of fun for the kids.

chanale said...

That's a great mask! I wasn't even aware it was Mardi Gras time (shows how much I pay attention). The cat cuddling would be my favorite time of the week. :)

Jenny said...

What a great week you all had- it looks like Farmer Dad had a great birthday!

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you Gals...P has been in pretty
good spirits lately with fewer meltdowns..my fingers are crossed
that it continues.

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