Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Thankful for the Little Things.

Today, I am thankful for:

Babies who "help" wrap Christmas gifts.

("Mommy, I don't know why you're wasting this on boxes, it's delicious!")

Boxes of my old books arriving in the mail, courtesy of my mom.

Extra-large crocheted flowers gracing goofy little ponytails.

(We were walking to the park.  This was Ellie when we arrived, so we went home.)

Beautiful fall days.

(Of course, I did take a picture of the pretty trees before we left the park.  Mom, this is for you!)

Therapists with Slinkys.

("I got a Slinky!  I caught it!")

("I am such a good student at baby school.  I rock the Sinky.")

Therapists with toys that make animal sounds.

("The cow mooed!")

Super awesome Christmas gift craft projects, which I can't share because the recipient reads this blog.

PS.  Looking for what I hope will soon be the most comprehensive Down syndrome blogroll around?  Check out the sidebar on this site!  It's a work in progress, but aims to bring together the many, many Down syndrome bloggers.  More content coming soon, but if you click "see more" under the blogroll, you'll find a list of Down syndrome blogs, with more added daily!  If you're not on the list and want to be, email me a link to your homepage.

Wordless Wednesday at Paper Mama and And Then She Snapped.
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  1. So cute, Megan! I love love love the photo of Ellie looking up toward the Slinky...I hope you guys are doing well!

  2. I particularly like the baby eating wrapping paper :-)

  3. Maowing down on wrapping paper and slinkies?? Ellie you've made my day!

  4. Ellie says she is thankful for mommy who photo captures these extra cute moments to look back on!

  5. So sweet! Also, I like the "over exposed family picture" from a previous post!" It is great!


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