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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Love Thy Neighbor

As I have previously mentioned, our Burritos got some  awesome gifts from their Lola and Lola Fancher's.  Lolo Don came to our home on Christmas day  and delivered their gifts to our Burritos.
Ms. Burrito could not wait, she started painting her Precious Monet  Nativity Scene right away then we helped her finish it.
Daddy and Lolo helped Mr. Burrito built his wooden cars.
I love this type of gifts as  it enhances  the creative thinking of the  children.  Thanks so much Lolo and Lola, your love for  us is always appreciated!

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21 travelers' comments:

mai said...

i like those type of gifts, too. i'm glad the kids had an awesome time with their gifts.

Rhodesia said...

What lovely photos and yes I agree presents like that make children creative. Diane

A Quiet Corner said...

If more people encourage creativity...the creativity that is virtually endless...the world would be a better place! My grand daughters love it when I let them use their minds!!!...:)JP

Olivia said...

So cute! happy pink saturday!
xo
Olivia

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A good neighbor is worth more than gold!

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Lorri said...

Sweet captures of treasured times.

Gillena Cox said...

looks like the kids had a wonderful Christmas; that's exactly how it should be; wishes for a very bright 2013


much love...

Leovi said...

Yes, Seles looks pretty happy with their gifts.

colleen said...

Love the blonde bobble head centerpiece.

Chris Twyman and Angela said...

yes its great to see kids being creative.

Paula Scott said...

How wonderful that they received gifts of art that they had a hand in!

Sara Chapman in Seattle USA said...

I am not surprised she couldn't wait. I wouldn't have been able to, either! Love these kinds of things, even today.

Liz said...

Those are great gifts for kids.

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Halcyon said...

Cute!

Carolyn Dube said...

Great post!

Jackie said...

Well I have fallen in love and am now follow you guys on both blogs.

The kids...heck all of you seem so very happy. I love seeing happy families enjoying themselves together! We did with our kids.

This is another great share and I am full of warm smiles!

Happy Ruby Tuesday!:-)

lorik said...

One of my best childhood memories is making those and decorating them with my father! Great shots of happy times! Thank you for sharing them on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

Kathy Shea Mormino said...

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The Chicken Chick

~✽Mumsy✽~ said...

Wonderful activity to do for the children! We used to do this too..

NatureFootstep said...

things like that is fun. :)

Lola said...

Great activity for the children!

Thanks for stopping by - have a lovely weekend!

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