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Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Dirty Worms and Little Girls...





That's what great nights are made of.
The birds were so grateful for new flowers they "left" a note in the mailbox for the girls the next morning.

9 comments:

Kim said...

Are crocs not the best thing ever? And so adorable on our kid's feet!

How sweet, the birds leaving you a note like that. The birds around here aren't that friendly, but the squirrels, now they have some personality.

Jim said...

Hopefully we have some worms survive the girls great humanitarian effort!!

Ris said...

I hope that I can be as fun of a mom as you are.

amanda said...

oh how sweet are those birds??

and seriously i do hope mommy can handle it one day when beans wants to dig with the worms!!

or maybe you could come over and dig with her??

Jessica said...

Too too precious! Not much better than curls and worms!

We took a class last summer at the parks program called "Worms & Dirt" & Aviana STILL talks about it.

Kristen said...

Oh how cute and precious that the birds left the girls a note!

You guys are just the cutest little family! I love reading about your little adventures! :)

Sgt and Mrs Hub said...

You and your husband are awesome at the "little things." And your kids will always remember that about you!

How nice of you to make things beautiful for the birds.... so thoughtful and sweet! :)

-Andrea

Lisa said...

That is just too, too sweet! You must all be made of sugar, I tell ya!

Ashley said...

I'm starting to think this is a little girl thing ...

My mom likes to tell a story about when my sister and I were little. We were "helping" her plant flowers -- she would find worms as she was digging and give them to us to play with. Probably half an hour into this one day, she turns to find me playing with my hula hoop (my attention span hasn't really improved since I was five) and ... my sister, with a ring of dirt around her mouth.

She says she kept a very close eye on my sister for the next day, but she never got sick ... and Mom never found out what really happened.