Monday, October 24, 2011

Simple Joys










Love seeing our children playing quietly with traditional games and puzzles.

Sharing at The Simple Things.

35 comments:

Gone Country said...

So true and so sweet! I believe it helps cultivate their creativity!

Jill said...

This is the sweetest post!

homeschoolceo said...

Aw, I'm with you on this ;)

Jeanne said...

What wonderful pictures of your "littlest angel". She is your little girl that was in the photo with the black dress up wig isn't she? Such a doll! Looks as if she is much better with puzzles than i am also! Thank you for sharing this! Jeanne

Sylvia K said...

So delightful! And they brought lovely memories of watching my children playing and so engrossed in whatever they were doing! Wonderful photos that you will always treasure! Thank you for sharing them!

Sylvia

rebecca said...

so sweet! :) thank you for sharing in the simple things link up this week. rebecca

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

SO sweet... yes, those traditional toys / activities are still entertaining... I sometimes think all the technology robs us (said as I sit on the sofa with a lap top before me typing)...

The Cantelmo Family said...

I love it!

Krista Lund said...

love this!

hannah said...

Hopefully the pieces won't get mixed up :-)
Such delicate pictures. A treat.

Nadege, said...

So sweet. Nothing like the simple things in life.

Mats said...

Great captures, love a good puzzle!

tinajo said...

Puzzles are fun - and it IS the simple things that are the best! :-)

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

a wonderful flashback from when I was a kid. I loved puzzles and continued up to those with 2-3000 pieces. Long time since I tried though so i might try one again.
I prefer traditional games and try to get my friends to join me. Most people seem to prefel online ones though.... much more social and fun with the traditionals though

Stewart M said...

Hi there - just completed a puzzle with my kids!

You question about "which type of apple tree is it" is a good one. And like many good questions I have no answer to it! I think it’s more of a decorative apple tree than a fruiter - but that as far as I can go!

Cheers _ SM

s.c said...

Simple is the best. But sometimes it is hard to let it look like simple. In your case with flying colors.

Liz said...

Such a sweet series of the simple things in life.

Ellie said...

What a wee cutie. Aren't jigsaws such fun?

GrandmaK said...

Well done!!!! She's darling!!!!! Cathy

Filip Demuinck said...

I also liked playing with puzzles but children these days are trying to find out how they get them out of their ipad.

Greetings,
Filip

Eden said...

Great subject!

missing moments said...

Love that last photo ... you can just feel her satisfaction!

Karin M. said...

So sweet series....so nice photos...
LG: Karin

marijke said...

Peace giving photographs.
I love to see a child sattisfied playing. Better then the computergames I think.
have a lovely week marijke

geanina said...

so nice and sweet images! :))

Nick said...

These are such beautiful photographs!

"Thank you"!!

Linda R. said...

These are such sweet photos.. She is adorable.. TFS...

Hugs, Linda

Marion said...

Great! I like especially the last one, adorable!
Marion

Seeing Each Day said...

Love miss e's hair and curls and her cute positions while she's concentrating on her puzzles- only positions that little people's bodies can get into. Is this taken in your new loungeroom? Rod's taking long service leave next week to paint the back deck and he said my job will be to wash and prepare the windows- a major long groan was uttered on my part.

Giga said...

Moje dzieci, a szczególnie córka, też lubiły te układanki.Słodkie zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam

thefisherlady said...

simple joys remain my favourite...
a walk in nature
resting in His beauty
bird watching
watching people
helping, simply...
a pencil and paper for drawing
a swim in the river
an apple off the tree
berry picking
resting against my beloved
a bike ride
holding a baby, a child, somebody
hugs

Magda said...

Oh Pieces of Sunshine, the photos are beautiful, and for me personally right now, the subject matter of the completed puzzles are truly perfect.

Thank you to you and your Daughter for a very timely moment shared.
I may be having time away, but chose to Follow your givings by Email... and this Post feels like a gift.

Appreciation from Magda and Family in Queensland Australia

Naomi said...

This makes me so so excited for my little ma to start doing things like puzzles all by himself. This is so sweet!! Way to capture the moment!

MarieHarmony said...

So Sweet - And she looks so passionate about it, a great moment to capture!

lisa said...

She is absolutely adorable, and these photographs are wonderful!

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