Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Blowing bubbles…what’s not to love?

 

one 25 month old granddaughter

plus

one fifty cent bottle of bubbles

equals one great, big simple pleasure

for her

and for this nana and papa

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Still following,

Elizabeth

Project Simple Pleasures2

14 comments:

  1. Oh that's so sweet!
    I can't wait to have grandchildren :-)
    What beautiful photos of your precious grand-daughter!
    God bless you Elizabeth.
    Trish

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  2. We'll have to get some of those bubbles for our granddaughter (18 mos.). She's coming to visit this weekend. Aren't grandbabies the best?!!!
    Have a great rest of the week!
    ~ Julie

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  3. Just telling you that I have made the applesauce cake today. It is really lovely, thank you.

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  4. Dear Elizabeth,
    So many times we have had bubble parties at our homeha. So little preparation, so little expence so much enjoyment......for everyone
    Thanks for the reminder..looks like another bubble party coming on
    Blessings
    Gae

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  5. how cute is she and amazingly the low cost stuff seems to amuse the most. Bubbles...my girls still love them.

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  6. just want to say I love this song....

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  7. Love the pictures ...I still love to blow bubbles with kids ..

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  8. How totally precious...we did bubbles this weekend with our five year old and it never grows old seeing bubbles and the wonderment they bring...even for a 50 year old. What a joy!

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  9. oh my, such a sweet blessing!
    makes me giggle!
    i look *so* forward to grandchildren.

    jAne

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  10. Sweet little cutie-pie! And such fun.
    ~Adrienne~

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  11. Oh my goodness...she is a sweetie!

    Bubbles - they bring a smile to any face :)

    M.

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  12. She is adorable! Bubbles were one of my little one's favorite thing. So inexpensive. So much pleasure.

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  13. Oh she's a doll...the thing about being a grandparent is that God allows us another chance to see the world through their innocent, delighted eyes.
    It's got to be one of His sweetest gifts.
    I love that you've taken pics...one day when she's so much older, she'll see how very much she's always been loved.
    xoxo
    Robin

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