August 1

August 1, 2011 at 9:33 pm | Posted in Bun, Giggles, Lollipop, Transylvania | 15 Comments
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August 1: Our first Romanian playdate. We invited a German-Australian friend from our Romanian preschool over for the day. The kiddos played dress-up, painted, went to the park, watched a few shows, played board games, built stuff with Legos and blocks, had a tea party, had a dance recital, read a few books, played camping with the coffee table and couch cushions, and shared a special ice cream and cake treat. They are exhausted. And so am I!

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Fluffy Bunnies in Romania:
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and then, she {snapped}

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  1. Look at that vibrant color. I absolutely LOVE this shot! The blue band aid is a wonderful but of interest.

  2. Oh oh oh!! Love the colors in this!!

  3. Sounds like a great day, the best thing about exhausted children is they sleep well and wake up with enough energy to do it all again tomorrow … Oh to be preschool age again 🙂

  4. Wow – what a busy day. No wonder you are all exhausted.

  5. Such fun colors, and a busy day to boot!

  6. amazing photo 🙂 and it must have been a lovely day!

  7. What a cute, colorful photo!

  8. love the pumped up color. such a neat collection of little legs and shoes 🙂

  9. Too cute! I love the feet! And thanks for stopping by my blog!

  10. yeah, that does sound exhausting!

  11. […] 4: An Apple a Day … When our new friend came over to play earlier this week, the kiddos spent some time gathering apples that had fallen on neighborhood […]

  12. absolutely love the vibrant color and sounds like a vibrant day as well

  13. Cute…cute..CUTE! i love these kinds of shots! Completely priceless! +

  14. perfectly playful image, great colors!

  15. […] neighborhood alone, there is a bakery, restaurant, market, pharmacy, haircut place, tire store, and park within easy walking distance. I love it! (Almost as much as I love watching people walk up and down […]


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