Saturday, January 16, 2010

Frosty is not the only one that comes alive with a hat . . .


When Morgan put this one on,
She began to walk around . . .

Like an Egyptian.

And it happened to Jessica as well.

When we finished creating this hat,

She tried it on and
Her voice dropped two decibels,
Except when she giggled.

It is magic how these girls brighten my life!


7 comments:

Wanda said...

The two of them made me smile too Brenda and feel happy for you! The last photo was what did it...such sweet looking and pretty young girls!

Donna's Book Nook said...

Now you're in the hat-making business? You never cease to amaze me. Those girls are precious!

Bernie said...

This post brought a smile to my face and your granddaughters are beautiful.......:-) Hugs

Diana said...

Well look at those smiles! How could they not brighten your life!
Love Di

Rebecca said...

Did you have another sleep-over? What was the occasion? There is no end to your talents (but I say that every time I comment, I think)!

Dee said...

Love this age group. :)

Brenda said...

Rebecca,
It was not a sleepover. Bob and his two sons took four grandsons to the Boat and RV Show in Chicago. I asked the dads to drop off the girls with me as everyone was meeting at our place. Jessica needed a costume for an Abe Lincoln speech so we shopped and did errands and ended up making her hat and bowtie. We bought a jacket at Good Will, borrowed pants, and cut up a beard that was already in our costume box. It was fun to work together on a project. I loved spending the day with the girls. Jessica tried on her costume at home for her mom and in a deep voice announced, "Hi, I am George Washington." Everyone giggled at her slip-up.