a bookish mom of two daughters, and her wannabe fairyland world.
Great list! Your daughters are adorable. Antiques and responsibility? You obviously did something right ^_^ I would love to read that "Little Author in the Big Woods" book! I am thankful to still be alive and kicking :)
I am very thankful you are alive and ticking, too! I'm very thankful for you. xoxo
Great post! LOVE the chess set! And the book. And the little girls, most of all. I'm thankful for early mornings when I'm the only one awake with coffee and a good book and it's still dark outside and the day is full of possibilities, dancing in the kitchen with the girlies and watching baby imitate all our dance moves, trips to the bookstore, Christmas approaching, evening crafts with Stavroula (preferably Christmas-related ones), and much, much more :)
Oh, dancing babies are a joy! One of our radio stations has already switched to Christmas, and although Big Sis keeps grumbling that it isn't even Thanksgiving yet, she has that station on all the time. Little Sis was asking me about Christmas decor last night. The holiday spirit must be upon us! xoxoxo
LOVE. ok well, I'm thankful for YOU! oh yes!I have to show Andrew your Simpsons chess set, he will love that. I'm thankful for snuggles from my little girl, tea, MY TV, and a warm bed in which to sleep. And IKEA. And my sweet husband. And the Anthropologie website, even if it's just for looking. MY CAMERA.
I am thankful for you, too!!!! xoxo I love reading everyone's lists. Warm, snuggly feelings, you know?
I need some fire.Yay her birthday money at an antique shop? I'd be SOOO proud.
She was very picky. She just wanted chairs for her teddy bears. We found a vintage wooden pink doll high chair, and a little handmade teddy bear bench, for a grand total of $30. Then she blew the rest of her birthday money at Target. Sigh. ;)
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