Thursday, January 17, 2013

Little Jo Calls

Little Jo brought along her dolls to the Highrise during her last visit. Little Jo likes dolls, pretty dresses and is not keen on sport. She is totally opposite to Sister, one of  her mothers, when she was the same age.



The bowl arrangement is Little Jo's effort. Not bad but I don't like the upturned bowl being off centre.


I clean the balcony glass
weeklymonthlyat times and I did so before Sister, Bone Doctor and Little Jo visited. As I was cleaning I noticed the inside of the door needed a clean too, but sensibly I held off as I knew what would happen.

 

16 comments:

  1. Hello Andrew:
    We are filled with admiration: small children, dolls and window cleaning!!

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  2. Setting up High Riser Kindie?

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    1. Victor, 15 minutes after their departure, all was back in place, except I left the pictures up for a few days.

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  3. A very wise move indeed.

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    1. Windsmoke, I pleased you don't think it was laziness on my part.

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  4. Perfectly pink indeed!

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  5. aaah lovely dolls. I was a lego and cars girl!

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  6. You're a regular Mummy!
    I wouldn't have cleaned the door either, useless when kids are coming.
    Like you, I return things to their usual state as soon as people have left.
    I was never a dolls kid, I climbed trees and built "houses" out of playing blocks, (we had about a thousand in assorted styles and sizes), and large books.

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    1. River, believe me, there is not much point cleaning before they arrive. You had brothers didn't you.

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    2. And a sister, older than me, and owner of all the building blocks.

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  7. That is so gorgeous! She obviously enjoys being there and is comfortable enough to add her own decorations!

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    1. Kath, she instructs me as to when creations can be removed for window cleaning.

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  8. Happy times Uncle Andrew! Oh my, that balcony kind of made my vertigo tummy lurch haha!

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    1. Grace, last visit I told Little Jo the two feet rule for the balcony, which will be reinforced. Always two feet on the balcony, which means no hanging over the edge. We are very nervous about her going out there and don't let her go on her own.

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