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Sunday, April 19, 2009

Grains of Gratitude - Weekend Edition

What a busy, but fun, weekend we had meeting up with some blogging friends!

On Sat we joined Julia and her girls (of the infamous fairy birthday party!) at the Accokeek National Colonial Farm for Children's Day.
Come see the connections between nursery rhymes and life on the farm at the Accokeek Foundation's annual Children's Day event. Costumed interpreters enlist children's help in performing daily chores of a colonial farm and learn a nursery rhyme connected to that activity. Upon completing each chore, children earn a puzzle piece, and by the end of the day will have gathered all the pieces for a jigsaw puzzle of the farm's heritage breed animals.

This was such a fun outing for the girls and it was a beautiful day to go.


Trying on the different clothing


Making the bed


Planting lettuce seeds


Kayla has no fear of getting up close and personal with sheep!


Finding a top in the hay stack


Ring Around the Rosey


Checking out the Potomac River


Then on Sunday the fun continued. We met another family at the National Zoo.

These girls became fast friends!






It was another beautiful day and I'm so glad we had the opportunity to get together!

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20 comments:

chelle said...

Wow .. not sure if it is her hat in the first set of pictures ... but she looks so young and tiny!!!

Sounds like a fabulous week!

Lacey said...

Looks like so much fun, and some great new friends.

Kathleen Marie said...

What a fantastic opportunity to meet new friend and learn and the weather looked fantastic!

I hope you are doing well! Hugs!

Mom24 said...

That looks like so much fun!!! Terrific pictures too. I'm so jealous that you're close enough to Washington to do things like that. I love the National Zoo.

grandma said...

Wow what an awesome weekend you all had! Kayla looks so happy.

Bailey's Leaf said...

It looks like Kayla was having so much fun! :)

Karen said...

I LOVE the picture of the girls with the tulips. It just squeezes my heart from the cuteness. How wonderful that you were able to get together!

Nancy M. said...

It looks like so much fun! I love going to colonial farms. Such history! Beautiful pictures!

The Girls' Mommy said...

I'm so glad we could meet you there! They all had such fun. Oh, and I love that first picture!

much more than a mom said...

Those are awesome pictures! It's so great that you get to meet so many bloggers in person.

Tricia said...

Yay! Looks like you had a GREAT time!

Monica @ Monkey Musings said...

What a neat opportunity... looks like tons of fun. Great pics of the two girls in the tulips. So sweet.

Overwhelmed! said...

Wow, that looked like it was so fun! I loved seeing all the pics of Kayla and her new friends. :)

Thanks for sharing!

Julie said...

Sounds like a blast. I love all the pics.

mommaof4wife2r said...

now that just makes me smile really deep down! i am so glad you all are finding so much fun stuff and new friends!!!

Tina said...

Those pictures in the tulips are the sweetest things EVER!!! They make my heart smile :)

Looks like a fabulous weekend!

PEA said...

I just love the concept of a Children's Day at that farm, how wonderful!!! Kayla looks so happy and you can tell she was having so much fun:-) She and her new friends looked absolutely adorable! xoxo

Cammie Heflin said...

What gorgeous pix!! It looks like you had so much fun!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you had a lot of fun! i love the pictures of kayla!they are so adorable. It was nice that she got to make new friends and have so much fun with them!
love ya,mimi

Nancy said...

Wow, what a fun day!! I love the pics of the girls with the tulips.