Wednesday, December 29, 2010

It Came, It Finally Came!!

Name that movie!

Remember when I mentioned that gift exchange yesterday and how I hadn't received my gift or heard back about the one I sent?

Well, just a couple hours after I hit publish, Timmy and Troy walked down the the village center and found a package for me. Hooray!

Tania sent me the cutest hair bow. It made me wish for little girls with blond curls, again.  This is the kind of thing I wish I'd known how to make when my girls were younger. My blond daughter is all grown up now. Here she is modeling the bow.

I think I've found a way to make this work for our house though. Doesn't it look darling on the tree?

I would love to do a gift exchange again next year. It was fun and added some anticipation and surprise to Christmas which doesn't happen often once we enter the world of the 'grown ups'.


  1. That is totally cute. Looks awesome on the tree too!

  2. Cute. What makes it better is that you are so happy about it. Besides your a gift to your family and the blog world : )

  3. What a cute bow! My girls had lots of those kinds of bows. Hope is a teenager now, so she is too old and too cool to wear them. ;) And Ashley only wears them on occasion. But whenever I see a cute bow, I wish my girls were still little enough to wear them. But I like what you did with yours. :)

  4. Jessica MorrowDecember 30, 2010

    Toy Story! Ha! You guys are going to love Toy Story 3. It was a great movie!! Sorry, bit random, but you mentioned the movie quote. :P

  5. I love little exchanges like this. Have you ever been to There are lots of post card and small item swaps that are fun.


  6. Yes, Jessica!! You got the movie right. We are eagerly awaiting the chance to see Toy Story 3. Maybe it will play on the airplane.


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