Kids are really good at seeing alternative uses for things :) Hope you are enjoying looking at carpet samples!
TeeHee! What a joy that Papa can play and the little ones can too! Hope new flooring fixes the health issues you've been facing!!! The hats look great - and the poem was eye opening. Seriously, those stores won't say Merry Christmas? Our Starbucks closed - and I didn't go there anyway, but them too, huh? I'll have to do my research --- I have a few people to buy for, after-all, and I'll be avoiding some stores, it appears.Thanks for always being on top of things!Karin
Gramma, you may want to think twice about letting grandkids play under the piano. Our church's grand piano collapsed one day--the back leg gave out. I'd hate to have that happen with a grandkid underneath! Those piano's are very heavy and apparently the legs can get compromised if the piano is bumped or moved around too much!
Thanks Sue, This one is still very steady. It is never moved and there is no wobble to it at all. I will check it again to be sure though:)
HA! I bet Grandpa get bit Testy! But, it looks like she had grandmas help with that one! I love your hard wood & the blue blanket. The little one is a doll! Isaiah & Raven put the couch foot-rests up and find every quilt in the house to use. Looks like fun to me!
I will never forget the hiding places we had at my grandparent's home. They were extra special. Hadn't thought of the safety thing but better safe than sorry.
That brings back happy memories, we only had an upright Piano but I used to make it my "house" and pretend to be a pony(with rug over my back)! My darling Mum played very well but never forced any of us three girls to learn although we all had a go at it. (we all wish she had forced us)but its too late now.I used to love singing as she played show tunes and hymns.
Im testy too...thats a beautiful piano. Wish I could hear him play!
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