Oh, I also got FOUR prescriptions filled, so maybe I will for sho be much better soon.
OK, with all that, let's move onto my brilliant child making out her own Valentines. She actually put the candy and putty in the little bags, then used the ties to put it all together.
She took some of my manilla tags to write the names of all the kids in her class.
I am not kidding when I tell you she did it all by herself. I laid out bags of candy and opened the playdough, and told her how to fill em up like an assembly line. Then, I left the room.
I came back, and my big girl had it goin on!!
I love the way she appreciates independence. She has always been the "let me do it myself" type!!
As she did that, I did this. I have SOOOO many old magazines I need to discard, but I don't discard until I clip. So, I started ripping and cutting favorite things.
Wait til you see tomorrow's post!! Again, the apple doesnt' fall far from the tree.
And after Valentines, Ellie brought her ballerina Barbie in there with us. She has gotten into ballerinas lately, and I love it. It's about the only thing she's ever done that she gets so into that she does not feel the need to have me sitting there playing WITH her. She just sees me as her number one playmate. And I know I am gonna be glad for that someday. For now, I'd like to sit a spell, clip those magazines, and watch that Lifetime show on my artroom TV. At least sometimes!
Then, in came this little tootie. She had another agenda entirely. That girl LOVES her some" nim-nims"!
Just a good ol Saturday round the Groves house.