“She worketh willingly with her hands.”

Holly used her “Chanukah” money from Gramma to buy a wooden peg loom.  I am so thrilled to see her take to it like she has.  She comes from a long line of women who worked willingly with their hands.  My grandmother made embroidered tablecloths.  My aunt spun wool and hooked rugs.  My mother did a lot of weaving when she was younger, and is currently the best seamstress east of the Mississippi.  (I love you, Mom!)  I spin, dye, and knit.  So, I am thrilled to have a budding fiber artist in my midst.  She has about completed her first project, and is thoroughly enjoying it.  Paper and scissors are great, but I love seeing my children involved with really useful projects.

We wouldn’t want to leave the boys out, so here’s a tribute to my little man, Isaac.  He’s a true knight in training.  If only he didn’t cry louder than the girls when he gets hurt lol!

Have a great day with all the little people in your life!

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