Thursday, December 23, 2010

Sticks and stones?


Hmm - well that's what James has played with all day.
This morning, he grabbed a bundle of kindling from the wood basket and set up a railway track, which later became a ferry terminal.

before he built a multi-storey car park after lunch.  What a busy day!


In the afternoon he held a dinner party for his teddies.  Pebbles from a candle jar and tartlet tins from the cupboard provided the food and plates.
On the busiest shopping day before Christmas too.  I like a bit of perspective.
xx

12 comments:

  1. Bella often does just that - plays with the kindling sticks :) They make great building x

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  2. Now that boy definitely knows how to enjoy himself!

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  3. Hehehehe, I do love his multi storey car park! Brilliant.

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  4. How very wonderful, to see through the eyes and mind of a child is magic.
    Have a wonderful Christmas with your family and friends.

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  5. What a clever creative little boy..............it must be fun to see what he comes up with next, imaginative play, you can't beat it.
    Warmest wishes for a Happy Christmas to you and your family,
    florrie x

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  6. Fab :o)

    Yuletide blessings to you all. Thinking of you missing your Mum, hugs to you xxxxx

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  7. Hi Jacqui,
    Lovely pictures, I love to see a bag of kindling put to good use! Ours have made all sorts with kindling, tom was making glittery wands a couple of days ago. If I need to light the fire, I have to go and search out the kindling from around the house! Hope you have a lovely christmas with your family. I have posted the candle to you, theres a small chance it will be with you before christmas! Joyful and peaceful blessings to you, Liz

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  8. Right on with that one!! Imagination is a powerful tool and as they always say, kids just love empty boxes too!!

    Be blessed
    San x

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  9. Oh my, Charlie would so love to play, they seem to enjoy such similar games :)
    Christmas Blessings to you all xxx

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  10. That's very heartening Jacqui, that little lad has a very precious gift - imagination. Love to you all this Christmas, keep cosy and warm. Pippa xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  11. Merry Christmas beautiful family. May the light shine in your home and hearts. Veronika, Paul, Bethany and Eliza

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  12. Oh it's wonderful!!! Of course, I'm rather biased as I have stones galore and sticks that I can't and shan't part with! LOL!
    I absolutely love it!

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