So here we are, making crowns.
I'm not sure why.
But does it matter, really, in the whole
scheme of things?
Of course not.
Dianna and Brooke decorating their strips.
Because why wouldn't you?
"Dianna, I love that! May I copy yours?"
Because imitation is the sincerest form
of flattery, right?
Why doesn't that work with prom dresses?
Do not note the clutter behind the child.
Clutter is normal. Healthy. We embrace it.
Behold the child.
Because imaginations should be nurtured
and construction paper is fairly cheap.
Very cute post, Ruthy! :D Love the pictures!ReplyDelete
And isn't that funny how imitation is not flattery when it comes to prom dresses? ;)
Ah, yes, Amber-my-sweet, prom dresses and mother-of-the-bride gowns are NOT to be duplicated.ReplyDelete
It is an ancient rule best left unbroken. :)
you know I love it!!! My kids are in it! hahaha! Love you!ReplyDelete
Sheer bliss, that's what this post is. I'd begun to think that kids didn't play imaginative games any more and yet there they are, enjoying themselves royally. :-)ReplyDelete
The fact that you have clutter makes me love you all the more :-)ReplyDelete
We are BIG dress-up people around here. I'm particularly fond of playing Gandalf. Cotton balls glued together make for a great beard ;-)