Monthly Archives: February 2011

Imitation and Keeping Up

Last weekend, our daughter, while out walking the dogs in a nearby park, saw another girl around her age riding her bike, quite well, in fact.  This prompted our daughter to want to get her bike out and and start … Continue reading

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Two Cents Worth

Our daughter, sometimes known as the little boss, likes to make her opinions known. The pictured book above is a collection of rental properties belonging to the National Trust in the United Kingdom.  When we travel, either in the United … Continue reading

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Reading and Writing

Our kindergarten-aged daughter has been involved in the early stages of reading and writing for some time.  We’ve read to her virtually daily since she was a real wee one. Until recently reading has meant our reading to her, not … Continue reading

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Hot Pink …

It’s no secret that our daughter is smitten with all things pink (and purple).  She has insisted on dressing herself for at least a couple of years.   More importantly, it’s the choosing of outfits over the actual dressing, although … Continue reading

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Super Sunday Stroll

Sunny, mid 40s, slight breeze.  Mommy, Daddy, Aunt T, daughter and two Labrador Retrievers.  Perfect day for a walk in the park. So, on Super Bowl Sunday morning, off we went for a lovely walk near our house.  After an … Continue reading

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Cookie Party … Again

On a cool – maybe cold – and damp gray winter’s days, our daughter hosted her second cookie baking party for a couple of friends and some aunties.  Given it’s February, the theme was Valentine’s Day.  The result was a … Continue reading

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