Linda foto e lindo trabalho da tua filha! bjs,chica
So glad that you have these lovely distractions to help you refocus after your two oldest left for college. just wait until Miss E leaves for college. That is a traumatic event when your youngest is leaving. Shocking and definitely a a big adjustment. I remember that day well. hOpe your two oldest are adjusting well to being away, and know they will look forward to their visits home. Are they very far away/? Looks as if your birthday preparations are going to be very exciting.
You are so right Jeanne, not looking forward to the youngest leaving - but that will thankfully be a quite a few years away yet. The eldest two are doing very well. Master J is about 3 hours drive away and Miss E about 8 hours. They'll both be home for Easter.
Looks like a fun project there, to keep you distracted.
Tak kolej rzeczy. Dzieci odchodzą z domu i mimo iż tęsknimy, musimy się z tym pogodzić. Pozdrawiam.So the way of things. Children leave the home and even though we miss, we have to accept that. Yours.
beautiful photos! :)
sweet photosHave a lovely weekend ~ FlowerLady
Is little Miss E by any chance making a pinata? It's been years, but we made birthday pinatas with paper mache one year.. the kids loved it!So sweet, her sleeping face - and those sun-kissed little feet.
You are right Amanda. Homemade pinatas have become a recent family tradition. Lovely to see her working on it, often with one of her older sisters.
A pinata...what fun!! Miss E looks very comfy there!!
Always love seeing your children busy creating (or resting)! Empty nest is hard - but you've prepared them well.
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