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One of the activities the twins’ preschool did over the past week or so was to make American Indian style necklaces. I use this term loosely because they were actually made out of string, paper feathers, and pasta. I caught where they were going with it though.

On the paper feather were the xeroxed words, “I am thankful for…” and then the teacher obviously filled in the blanks for the kids.

I saw Maggie’s first: “My mommy and daddy”  awwww!

Burke’s? “Myself.”

Okay then.

7 Responses

  1. Oh, funny! I’ve been meaning to blog about this too, as we had similar answers. B-man: Mommy and Daddy. N-man: Rainbows. It’s so perfectly them!

    BTW, I heard Maggie and B-man dug a hole in the sandbox together. B-man was so excited about it!

  2. My kids did the same project and A-man’s was: My brother and turkey. C-man’s was: My brother & helicopter.
    I love hearing the answers to projects like this.

  3. Too cute!!

  4. Kids are so funny!

  5. OMGosh! That’s FANTASTIC! Only a kid!

    ps thank you for such kind and thoughtful words today. It helped so very much. 🙂

  6. Cute! This one you will remember forever.

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