WONDERFULLY CRAZY

A space where family, friends and anyone else can follow our adventures. We are a homeschooling, crafting, music-making, back-flipping wonderfully crazy family living on the coast of Maine enjoying everything life has to offer us!

Friday, February 18, 2011

This Moment

Joining Soulemama for this Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. 

17 comments:

  1. What boy doesn't love knights and such. You caught a wonderful moment.

    Thanks for stopping by for a visit today.

    Blessings, Elizabeth

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  2. Your son and my daughter would be two peas in a pod. Right now I have dragons, reptiles, and a whole host of other animals on my floor!!

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  3. And who won the battle I wonder? I love to see children at play, locked in their own, private worlds.
    Gayle

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  4. I love pictures that display such great imagination!
    Thanks for stopping by my moment today!

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  5. Looks like he is deep in thought on the next move...!
    Thanks for visiting, stop by anytime!
    Sarah M

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  6. Once upon a time in far away land....


    Happy Weekend!

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  7. Absorbed in the world of imaginative play is a lovely place to be!
    I'm so glad you said hello - I'm enjoying poking around here!

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  8. what a familiar scene. i love to watch my guys in play using their imagination.

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  9. I think these are my favorite glimpses into their worlds - when you can see the gears turning and they are just completely enraptured. I'm loving this moment, and I'm so pleased you stopped by to share mine!

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  10. playing by the warmth of the woodstove is one of my kiddos fav spots too!

    :)Lisa

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  11. King of the Castle and Master of the Land! Fun!

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  12. what a great blog! I'm going to have fun reading through!
    I love this photo- a scene I'd see in my own home. :)
    I see you are a labor and delivery nurse- I SO appreciate the labor and delivery nurses I always had- so full of kindness and support- I never met one who wasn't wonderful. :)
    Have a great weekend!

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  13. I think I see some Schleich pieces there! We have a few. :)

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  14. that's a familiar scene in our house too! two cheers for imaginative play!

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  15. Ah!, a prince and his kingdom.....
    wonderful

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