The sweet lady who is building Sugar's "100 Good Wishes Quilt" sent me a tease e-mail to give me a glimpse of the progress and to see if I like it. I LOVE IT! I can't wait to see it!
Play date with Miss "N". Just seems like yesterday Miss "N" was a baby! Yesterday in Sunday school Miss "N" and Miss "F" took great care of Sugar Pie. We were waiting for Sugar to get better acquainted with some of the kids and feel more comfortable with her English before we took her to Sunday School so I took her a couple of times in the past but yesterday she went all by herself!
Speaking of school, I took Sugar to Chinese School on Saturday and she seemed to really like it once she started to play with a couple of the other children there. It is every Saturday for 2 hours and they learn phrases, Chinese songs and play games. It will be a great way for Sugar to keep acquainted with her culture, language and other Chinese children.
Scrap book layout I did recently. I'm loving having a craft room where if I get started on a project and have to go do something else I don't have to clean everything up first! My cricut will be getting a workout!
Sugar playing with her Babies. I'm sure she is asking me to dress one of them in this pic. Why can't kids leave the clothes on their babies? I must dress them 10 times a day! I have a tote full of pretty much never used Barbie Dolls from when Jac was young. I was going to clean them up and give them to Sugar but I really don't want to spend half the day dressing those tedious things! Gaaww! I'll cave in you watch. LOL.
There was a truck outside of Walmart all last week collecting items for the people of Haiti, they were taking pretty much anything at all from Diapers to bedding and building supplies including tools.
Sugar and I cleaned out her closet and donated some brand new items. Threw the years we aquired baby blankets, diapers and other "baby" related items until we switched to an older child so we had lots of stuff. I tried to explain what was going on by asking if she remembers all the other children who still live with "Mamma Na" and that this was in a different place in the world. She seemed to understand or I thought so. When we left and came home she told daddy she gave her stuff to China ;O)...regardless she knew it was helping someone else and that made our hearts smile.