Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Fun series and captions. Both music AND lights?! Quite an experience.
Haha, yes. But that is a fabulous contraption and I'm sure they do keep them amused and stimulated. Back in the day, my daughter had to make do with wooden spoons hanging from a chair, and a few coloured ribbons around her cot. She turned out OK.
So glad to see the newest baby gadgets...each generation has improvements, and some strange ones too...but I think those swings that hung in doorways were the best. I know they all have freestanding legs these days, but I do hope that's among Josie's entertainments. Well, my little mobile device won't let me comment to your blog, unless I log into my blog every time...not going to happen! So here I yam back on the laptop, where at least it remembers me.
So much fun to look at for Josie and for us as well.
Wild and crazy! LOL
Vicki, this baby is completely adorable...of course, you already know that! What's funny is that the miniatured version of the first photo that appears in my followed blogs reading list looks like a Gauguin painting. It's the colors and their distribution. Beautiful!Having been a very lazy blogger, but perhaps a slightly energetic Instagrammer, since June, I will be catching up with your prior posts ,...perhaps this evening, unless DT does something major later this evening.I do want to find out more about your Campbell workshops. xo to you and yours.
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