Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Spring in swing



I don't know if you remember the whisper leaf from last year, but Lizzie is at it again -- she's wrapping and tying leaves.

These are tiny little purple flowers that grow wild here and there in our lawn. She made this bouquet in anticipation of a visit from my friend Tawny. So delicate and pretty.

She is doing braids on her doll's hair now too -- way better braids than I do -- they're perfect and I don't think it's just because she has little hands -- she's got the gift.

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Blogger TTQ said...

I need her skills..I let my hair grow out. But I can never braid it right. I can do a french twist with bobby pins..but it doesn't really go with my kicking around town clothes..

How's the land of Mom?

3:12 PM  
Blogger Cecily R said...

I need her to come teach me some stuff...I DREAD the day that Gracie figures out that I should be able to do more than just put a barrette in her hair...

4:52 PM  
Blogger kim said...

hopefully Gracie will be good at it herself and then you will off the hook.

If I can get Lizzie to do Winnie's hair...

My best hope is when the hair is wet, but even then -- loose, uneven -- I'm not sure why they even ask me.

4:58 PM  
Blogger KATE said...

I love the sweet little bouquet! So pretty & precious!

I love to braid hair! When we were at girls camp when we were young I would spell words out or initials in the girls hair in their french braids! Wow, to have nothing to do but braid hair!

2:17 AM  
Blogger Matt said...

That's cool. My front yard was overgrown with violets a few weeks ago (a pleasant problem to be sure. much better than the current overgrowth of dandelions).

3:27 PM  
Blogger wordtryst said...

I remember. You've got another artist on your hands.

7:23 PM  

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