her favorites

{thank you again for continued prayers for our son :: he struggles still with wheezing, but is steadily improving. we ask Him for grace in this journey…}

Jordyn, age 5, is currently enjoying:


1. Tea Time incorporated into her school days :: oh, the pleasure of watching this little one relish in the preparation–setting the table, laying out ‘fancy dishes’, and relaxing a moment with Mama. And sisters too if they dare join in the bubbling conversation:

‘Welcome to my home Mrs. Featherbrush {we make up the names as they come to mind} Would you care for a cup of tea?

‘Why, I’d be delighted Mrs. Poppyseed! It has been quite a long journey, for on the way here I happened across….’ {and on the story continues as imagination takes over}


2. The Fancy Nancy books :: she has found a kindred spirit.

3. A video on homeschooling families that brings on fits of giggles and dancing. This is a favorite going strong for months now.

4. The Picnic Game. Check eBay, which of course is where Mama fills {with selling} & drains {purchases!} her Paypal account.

5. Cranium Cadoo and Zingo :: other games of great interest for this girl

6. drawing in her nature notebook….


7. cooking, seeking to be in the kitchen often :: making butter & biscuits


8. blocks!

9. her Daddy :: a bond that began in the womb I’m convinced

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7 comments

Ann@His Grace To Me

The look on your daughter’s face in the last picture is totally priceless!

Still praying for your son.

Mama K

What beautiful pictures. It looks like that sweet girl knows she is cherished. What a tremendous blessing! What a great foundation for learning of her Heavenly Father’s love for her. (-:

Thanks for sharing. I happened on your blog and was drawn to the simple, peaceful scenes in the pictures and words. I am a homeschooling mama too. -k.

Toby Parsons

This picture is priceless!!! Frame it, put it on cards, keep it out and about in your home. I just love it.

Toby Parsons

Me again. I thought it was a different post.

I wish I had incorporated tea parties into our youngest daughter’s home schooling days when she was young. We talk about how she will do that with her children someday.

Thank you so much for sharing the Fancy Nancy books. I will be sure to share them with my granddaughter and other little ones I know.

HomeGrown Life

Thanks for sharing all of her favorites. I will have to check in to the book series and we have been wanting to make butter!

Jackie

oh, i love the tea party/story time! what wonderful imaginations! and that picture of jordyn and michael is absolutely precious!

Kysha

Aw! That is the most precious pic. You have to frame that one.