Awwwwwwwwwwww, so cute! In about 5 years the girls will be writing him! You boy is just beautiful! Cama
That is darling! I just love how kids communicate with each other. And they're not afraid to be real and honest, either. Fun stuff. That's great that you're encouraging a pen-pal relationship. It's sort of like blogging, but snail mail. ;)
Well, do you? :-)Lovely. It made me think that I found a few letters written by my kids when they were still learning English that I *must* publish... hoping that someone will understand what they say...
that's awesome! did you respond back to him?happy ww. :)
You should send Alex the picture of you and Uyaana that's on your sidebar. Wonder why he asked about eating chicken(s)? Thanks for sharing this with the rest of us.
Kids do seem to like chickens? According to my 5 year old, all meat is called chicken. Even when we have salmon for dinner - she calls it chicken.
This is so cute! So innocent and charming! Nice entry, happy WW!http://edsnanquil.comhttp://edsnanquil.blogspot.com
Hahah i just remembered my childhood days... Love this one!
Ah those pen pal days. Now everyone is a pen pal via the internet. :)Happy WW!
too stinkin cute! happy ww!
Oh, I remember the days of having a pen pal from school assignments - very cool. Where does his "pal" live?Happy WW :-)
Aww, sweet letter! Happy WW!
Oh what a cutie! That was a real sweet note. :) I love pen pals! Where in New England are you from? I am quite jealous of you living in Alaska. It always looked like one of the loveliest places to be. :)
Thanks for coming by. Cute report. My kids homeschool and it's so fun to read their first writings.I notice you use the Nikon D-40 camera -- I am supposed to buy one from a friend soon. I was looking at some of your other photos and their GORGEOUS -- so I'm excited about it.Thanks for coming by!
I'm just stopping by for the party. So long, and thanks for all the fish.
Oh my gosh, that's hilarious! Your home looks a bit cold, but amazingly beautiful.Go blog party!!
Now this starts the smile from the center of the heart outward. Thanks.
Oh, so cute!(I'm from KY, and I know we like our chicken there, so that's probably why he asked....)
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