Fairy Bath

Yesterday I had a play date with Isaac, my 5-year-old nephew, who’s practically perfect in every way.  Here’s our list of accomplishments:

  • Shopped at a nursery and only spent $6
  • Petted goats, a sheep and a bunny
  • Purchased a Tim Horton’s vanilla dip donut with sprinkles (sprinkles are incredibly important to 5-year-olds)
  • Made perler bead creations
  • Bowled, canoed and dueled with swords on the Wii
  • Made chicken salad sushi rolls (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it)
  • Played Candy Land (I won)
  • Geocached/walked/Isaac rode his bike
  • Made sloppy joes (during which he operated a food processor with great professionalism)

He also wrote a bunch of words and asked me what they said:

  • doxo
  • clo
  • iso
  • coxo
  • xod
  • oxo

He’s apparently fond of x’s right now.  Then he used a high-lighter to “light them up”.

As for photos – I’ll share with you a little something I created Sunday, in my yard.  I only had a small tray for the top level, so it’s for small birds and fairies to bathe themselves.

Fairy Bath Decoration Thingy

Fairy Bath in Context

I’m very eager to get back out there – lots more to do outside, but I don’t think I’m a rainy weather gardener.

 

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7 Comments

  1. RIP

     /  June 13, 2012

    I suspect all words have been written in Greek…what a smart boy!!

    Reply
  2. Stanley Rober

     /  June 13, 2012

    Those small birds do need somewhere to bathe. Not sure about the fairies.

    Reply
  3. Jilly

     /  June 14, 2012

    Now I wish I had kept those pots! It’s gorgeous. I like your red chairs too. De-spider back there, so we can have coffee!

    Reply
  4. Stanley Rober

     /  June 14, 2012

    You gals should survey your Gram’s hand made pots next time you are down. Perhaps you could make a multiple pot display of some sort.

    Reply
  5. Stanley Rober

     /  June 25, 2012

    Twelve days and nothing else has happened to write a letter about???

    Reply

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