Thursday, August 28, 2008

NanaError -- HUGE

Moon Sand. Uh-huh, Moon Sand. Don't do it. That stuff was everywhere.

This one is color-named Martian Magenta. It almost hurt to look at it.

Speaking of looking at it, the little darlin' was trying to explain to me why she absolutely must have glasses: "I have to have glasses, Nana. Otherwise, the sun will hurt my eyes." Poppie burst out laughing, and Uncle Son3 stuck his head around the corner, wide-eyed, and silently mouthed to me, "Otherwise?" No one who still has baby feet (see photo #1) and dimples for knuckles on her hands should be uttering the word otherwise. Stop it.

Serious consideration was given to sending said Moon Sand home with the child.

We had to feed cookies to the CowNots.

And dinner at a Chinese buffet was a fitting end to a lovely, long day with the SugarPlum. I never allowed my children to suspend foot-long noodles before their faces and talk loudly about big worms in a quiet restaurant. Her daddy can deal with the worm thing. I thought it was cute.

And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. I Timothy 3:16

1 comment:

Lacey said...

Cute pictures!! If this is the same as the "moon sand" I had, you're supposed to play with it *under* water, like in a big clear glass bowl. You can build with it under the water. May be something different, though...