Wednesday, January 19, 2011

SEW: Favourite Christmas Present

Ashlea's favourite Christmas present this year is a music box from her Grandy.

Nusic Box  she says.

I need wind it up.

She's dancing.  The princess dancing.


























I'm not sure how long the princess will survive in Ashlea's curious little fingers, but for now it is a HUGE favourite.

What gifts were a hit in your house this Christmas?

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9 comments:

Sarah said...

Oh I just love that photo!

Mr Potato Head was Violet's fave, she still needs alot of help getting the pieces in, but she loves it!

The Henrys said...

I love this picture!! In the eyes of a little girl the music box is magic!

Johnna said...

Beautiful job taking that photo; the light is just lovely. Brings back good memories of something similar I had, once upon a time.

SoCo mom said...

Oh that is a precious moment you captured! And hey, if something breaks off, she has someplace special in which to keep it. Not that I know anything about that. Nope. Not me.

The kids loved getting their first new bikes ever. They try to ride them indoors.

Adoption of Jane said...

What a great pic!!!

Just Writing said...

I love the way she's looking at that so intently, like she's memorizing the dance. Oh, and I'm loving her purple sequin skirt too, very feminine!

Susan, Mum to Molly said...

Beautiful.

I reckon every little girl should have one of these...

Wendy received hers to complete our 'set' from Grandma for Christmas too.

Both she & Molly love sitting with theirs and looking through their trinkets, sorry - precious jewellery...

See you Monday! :-)

n0thingbuteverything said...

Fantastic photo!

LOVE LOVE LOVE it. I agree that the lighting is perfect. I could so see that photo framed.

Fave Christmas gift around our way was (not surprisingly) a train table. OH and water pistols. ;-)

4timesblessed said...

That is such a sweet picture. I love it. My son got an Ipad to help him communicate when he cannot put his thoughts into words. He loves it and can do amazing puzzles and has even showed me that he can spell.