Monday, October 7, 2013

Evie In Wonderland....

A long time ago, there lived an imaginative little girl named Evie. She loved to be outside and would often play with her "forest friends". There was Pip, the tall rabbit who wore a big clock necklace because he was always afraid of running late. Bertrude was a crafty little snail who sat on the rock by the stream all day blowing bubbles with his pipe. One day, while pretending to be a princess, Pip ran up to Evie and told her to hurry and follow him! There was something he had to show her down the stream. Evie followed Pip and they rushed off toward the waterfall. Just there, they spotted a rabbit hole, where Pip exclaimed they needed to "jump down and follow where it leads". Evie looked down the hole and was not quite sure. It was really dark and she couldn't see the bottom at all. Before she could protest, Pip grabbed her by the hand and pulled her down the rabbit hole! Just like that, Evie was falling down into darkness...

Inspired by Alice In Wonderland

Thursday, June 27, 2013

You make me smile...

The lovely Edith Ogleby posted a challenge on Flickr over night and I immediately knew who I wanted to write about. 

The person I would like to gush over is someone I met a few weeks back. Everyone knows him as my yard sale Daddy, but we will refer to him on here as Jamy. Have you ever had an encounter with someone and right off the bat you knew there was something special about them? You just kinda click and want to get to know them better, sooner rather than later? That's how I felt when I met him. Jamy is a really awesome guy. I have only known him a short while, but he is so sweet and witty. He is also very open to the kid community and doesn't judge anyone for their avis which to me is a great quality in itself. He is also magical! I am so happy to have met you Jamy. Thank you for allowing us into your little world and for getting me. Even if you do think I'm evil. 
<3 Your little Cercei

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Ho Ho Ho...

Greetings, salutations, shalom.

Happy New Year!
It has been forever since I have blogged. 
Can you believe it is already 2013? I know I sure can't!
Lots of exciting things happened the last few months. The Sapphire Divas celebrated Christmas and it was AMAZING! So let's get to it, shall we?

It was Christmas Eve in the Sapphire home, Mamaboo said we had to make some cookies for Santa. He was sure to be awfully hungry on his trip from the North Pole. I was her little helper and got the mix everything together and add the chocolate chips! I may have helped myself a little too. *giggles*
Next we had to bake them. I got to use my new kitchen set finally. :)

Cookies take a while to bake, so Mama had an activity planned for us. To make it easier for Santa to find our house, we made magic reindeer glitter in all of their favorite colors!

We had to add one scoop from each color and the more we added, the magic started to appear. Before we knew it, the jar began to sparkle! We knew then it was ready. We headed outside and Mama got the ladder from the shed. She carried me up the roof and let me sprinkle the magical reindeer glitter all over until the whole roof began to sparkle! Santa & his reindeer would never miss our house now.

Finally the cookies were finished. I wrote a note to Santa and we picked out a good spot to leave him his cookies & milk. We also left some fresh carrots for the reindeer.

I was getting pretty sleepy, so Mama took me into the living room so we could cuddle up under the Christmas tree. She read me It was the night before Christmas as I drifted off to sleep...

All night I had dreams about Santa. I swore I heard him say "Ho Ho Ho". Finally it was Christmas morning. Mama came and woke me up. "Did Santa come!?" I ran into the living room and sure enough, it really was him! It was such a wonderful morning. We opened all the gifts and just laughed. Mama saved the best gift for last.

Tucked away behind the tree was a little tin can. Inside was a very special book, my baby book! You see, Santa gave me the gift I had been dreaming of. To be born and to be my Mamaboo's for real. I am so happy and so very blessed. This was the best Christmas ever.

Evie Bebe

*Note: All pics were taken by my Mama, Kendal Sapphire.