Finding joy in the everyday things of life
I think you did good and it was worth every moment you invested in the project. Those babies are beautiful! xo Diana
I always wanted a playhouse when I was a kid.We lived on the corner and my father built a playground with a slide, teeter totter, bars, swings and a drinking fountain. We also had a cement driveway with a hill that was great for roller skating. But, I never got the playhouse.
What sweet angel faces. I love to see children playing . Great job on the little Kottage:) xoxo,Susie
Oh, those are the sweetest pics ever!! Your 'K's are so adorable, and look like they're having a wonderful time! What special memories they're making in their fabulous 'play kottage' :)Susan
Well, I think that is just tops and my little Princess would love that. Blessings to you for a happy weekend!
Hi there, I love your grands new cottage-so adorable, to go with adorable girls. You have just won the best nana award in their book; this is a memory that they will have forever.Hugs,Noreen
I think the smiles on their faces says it all!!You've created a place for them to enjoy as they play, and learn.Thank you for your wonderful comment on Kris's blog today for the Spotlight Feature.I lost my first husband to leaukemia...it's a difficult process ...the healing. There's no time limit on grief. If you ever need someone to share with, you are welcome to use my email address.Debbie@Lakehouse
They are adorable and look like they're really enjoying their little place!
What little cuties!! The fun they're having and sweet smiles makes it all worth it, I'm sure.Mary Alice
ADORABLE! What else can I say?? :)
Hi Friend, I read and cherish every single comment you leave! You bring Joy to my heart! Blessings, Cindy