Monday, December 30, 2013

ABCs Libby's way

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When I brought out the alphabet for the first time, Libby's first reaction was to make each letter stand on the head of another letter.
The tower grew taller than my granddaughter.
I like how these kids think outside the box.
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(There's even a Y in there for the coming ABC Wednesday.)
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17 comments:

Spiderdama said...

How cute!!:-))

VP said...

Lovely and creative!

Hels said...

Children seem to be very creative and flexible, until it gets "corrected" once they start school. Shame. I love the minds of children under 6.

Kay said...

I can't believe how tall and grown she is already. How quickly time flies. They all remind me of brilliant, beautiful Naomi.

Kay said...

I forgot to wish you a very happy new year. Please wish everyone a Hauoli Makahiki Hou from Art and me.

Merisi said...

Children rule! :-)

Great image for the alphabet theme, truly thinking out of the box, as was already said here.

Happy New Year,
Merisi

RuneE said...

It shows you the power of letters :-)
Happy New Year!

Karl Demetz said...

A cute image, Dina!
I wish you and your family a very happy New Year!

Suzanne said...

So cute Dina, Libby is getting so big, I can remember when she was born. Happy New Year Dina!

Birdman said...

Kids always impress us.

Leslie: said...

I had these same letters on my fridge when my girls were little and we played with them all the time. Between these letters and Sesame Street they both could read and write quite early.

Have a great new year!

Leslie
abcw team

Eki said...

This picture and the story you wrote about your granddaughter makes me smile … :)

photowannabe said...

I have had these very same letters on my refrigerator for my boys and grandkids too. They always had a lot of fun with them.
Love your Granddaughters tower of letters.
Happy New Year Dina.
Sue

Richard Lawry said...

I love children's imaginations! Happy New Year from An Arkie's Musings

Roger Owen Green said...

Y not? Happy new year!

Ann said...

These letters are really fun to share with our grandchildren, I did as well when they were small. Happy New Year.
ann

William Kendall said...

That's such a good portrait, Dina!