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Old 10-23-2012, 07:44 PM
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Well, here I am again with another little update on
my nephew's 6 year old twin daughters. This piece
warmed my heart and I just have to share it...

Among the many activities the twins love to do is
that of baking and cooking. My nephew's wife found
a new recipe for bread and thought it would be fun
for the girls to try their hand at it.

They got all the ingredients together and molded it
into a ball. Then Blair told them that the bread
needed to "rest"....so, the girls decided to sing a
lullaby to it! Blair video taped it and put it on her
blog.

Picture this...two munchkin twin girls standing side
by side in their PJs, holding each other's hand, and
swaying back and forth while gazing at the lump of
dough on the counter and singing...

"Dough, go to sleep, dough
shut your eyes, dough
and go to sleep"

Mom didn't have the heart to tell them that wasn't
the meaning of "rest" in the land of bread-making! LOL

And the finished creation looked yummy from the pix!

Just love these two little ones, they just warm my heart!

Love...Peg

P.S....If you're interested in reading more about the twins,
check out my A Beautiful World post further down on this
thread....
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:26 AM
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Oh, that is adorable, Peg! Definitely an image to warm and lighten my heart on this cool autumn day!

Thanks!

Love,
Lura
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:00 AM
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It is, isn't Lura? These two never fail to make me smile.
My sister (their grandmother - who passed away before
they were born) would have so enjoyed these two
little ones. But I like to think that she is, just from
another realm.

Have a great day...
Love...Peg
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:54 PM
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Well, here I am again with another little update on
my nephew's 6 year old twin daughters. This piece
warmed my heart and I just have to share it...

Among the many activities the twins love to do is
that of baking and cooking. My nephew's wife found
a new recipe for bread and thought it would be fun
for the girls to try their hand at it.

They got all the ingredients together and molded it
into a ball. Then Blair told them that the bread
needed to "rest"....so, the girls decided to sing a
lullaby to it! Blair video taped it and put it on her
blog.

Picture this...two munchkin twin girls standing side
by side in their PJs, holding each other's hand, and
swaying back and forth while gazing at the lump of
dough on the counter and singing...

"Dough, go to sleep, dough
shut your eyes, dough
and go to sleep"

Mom didn't have the heart to tell them that wasn't
the meaning of "rest" in the land of bread-making! LOL

And the finished creation looked yummy from the pix!

Just love these two little ones, they just warm my heart!

Love...Peg

P.S....If you're interested in reading more about the twins,
check out my A Beautiful World post further down on this
thread....

From the mouth of babes... Soft Grin...
Thanks for sharing this, Peg,
Love,
Chi
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:49 PM
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Thanks, Peg. Children can really keep us smiling and entertained, without even realizing they are doing it. I know my two grandsons only have to walk into to the room and I'm instantly happy.
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And yes, I'm sure your sister isn't missing a thing!
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Old 10-31-2012, 09:22 PM
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Thank you Peg....what a sweet story !



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Old 11-01-2012, 07:45 AM
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Who knows, maybe all the positive energy around DID make the bread taste better!
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Old 11-05-2012, 02:45 PM
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Awww... too cute dear Peg! These two dear little ones put everything into baking!! I'll bet that dough rose extra specially well!bless their litle hearts and thanx for an uplifting story,hugs,Debs
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I could really picture them from your description. So cute! I'm sure your sister was amused too. I'm going to go check out your other stories on this thread now. This was great. Thanks, love Cher.
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