Welcome to my open journal, where I share a little insight into our days of Home Schooling.
In due season you will reap!!!Lovely start to your day, Sarah. Hope you have surfaced from out of the laundry!I confess, I was always a bit mean with paints and play dough when the children where small. I kept it tucked away to be used with plastic covers and under supervision! Too much mess here otherwise....but your daughter seems a little more controlled!(HUH..weird. My verification word is manbras!)
You are very blessed! It's great to enjoy the messes and enjoy your dear children's creativity. I wish I had learned this many years ago.
Awww, that's so beautiful! What a contended little girl she must be!By the way, I love the picture in your header. I love the wonder in a child's eyes when they look at His creation.Enjoy the rest of your day, that started off so beautifully...
I love the way children are SO creative and truly think they are making a picture that looks real. It's amazing how as we grow that changes and we develop and mature... God created something truly magnificent and wonderful when He made humans be babies and children first. I love seeing the world with the wonder of a child. Your daughter is cute!! :) (and the same age as my daughter! :) )
aww, that is just gorgeous! being in pjs at 7.30 is ok around here even at 10.00am too:) the beauty of home schooling!
What a wonderful story, children do all sorts of things that surprise us big people and make us feel all good inside. I am all for art and children showing off their creative side. I certainly encouraged my children to paint and draw and make things to their hearts content.
such a wonderful way to start your day! did you join her? i want to see your painting :)
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