hey Rik, I could only see two, then I enlarged and saw the others... I love when these more simple toys and games endure, no matter how hi-tech children have become. A lovely photo.
Nasim,She likes the gadget-y stuff, but doesn't "own" any of it. She seems to enjoy paper and pens/pencils/markers--any writing implement I leave unguarded is soon missing, and blank paper hasn't got a chance. She wants in-line skates (to go along with her bicycle and unicycle) and a camera. Hard to refuse such basic, well-balanced requests. ;-)
This is very sweet, and I had to search around for that 4th bubble at the far right. sp
Thank you, Sussah. Seeing all 4 bubbles requires clicking for the large size pic. More clicks... all part of my secret plot for web domination...
Four bubbles, four comments... It was perfect, but I couldn't resist posting a fifth comment saying that she is the fifth bubble. You will be amazed of how quick they grow up. They simply pop out into a teenager and you are left with old pictures to soothe your mourning soul. On the other hand, it's a lovely phase too!
Claudia,Believe me, I'm very aware that there will come a day that she'll pretend she doesn't know who I am (in public). For a few years I'll have to watch her "from afar."