Monday, November 5, 2012
Ofcourse, bullying daddy is a good incentive for writing, whether it means that he should not eat cereal, or not take a photo. Sophia's writing skills again: AMS NOT D
"Its from the beautiful blue dress", says Sophia.
"Which blue dress?", I asked.
"The beautiful blue dress that patti bought for me", she replied.
The ribbon had already been negotiated and cut.
I yelped and ran to the bedroom. Sure enough, the sash in the "beautiful blue dress" was detachable and empty (which dress maker in his right mind makes detachable sashes for kids' clothes I ask you?)
"Its ok mummy", says Sophia, I can wear the dress without the sash. Some how, she wasnt too disturbed by the fact that she was crafting out of her newest dress. Reminded me of Crafty Chloe.
"Patti is going to murder me", I said morosely.
"Its ok", she consoled. "I will tell patti that we only cut a little bit and that mummy gave us only a little to cut"
I didnt touch the ribbon. Nor did I use the scissors, nor did I have any part in the discussion on butterfly decorations. I was happily sewing belle outfits. But then you take on all the responsibility as a mother. *Sigh!*
Well the butterfly looks cute
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I love the caterpillar. Sorry to hear about the blue sash! But it sounds like your girls are very creative. :-) Thanks for sharing with the Afterschool Linkup!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment Julie. It wast too bad about the sash, patti wasnt too mad after all.Delete