When children pretend, they’re using their imaginations to move beyond the bounds of reality. A stick can be a magic wand. A sock can be a puppet. A small child can be a superhero.

There has been such a change in the last few weeks in the way our little ones play.
Emily used to build things for George, put on shows, play music for him, but recently there has been so much more working & playing together.

They cook together, they read together, they build castles & train-tracks together, but their favourite is building houses:




I am so happy.

Wishing you a lovely day!

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5 Responses to Play

  1. Alisha says:

    so lovely to see.i hope my little ones grow up and play together like that!

  2. sarah says:

    ich wollte als kind immer alleine spielen.
    es war mit total peinlich, vor meinen eltern barbies zu spielen zB.
    und miriam ?

  3. Marina says:

    such gorgeous play!

  4. mamaUK says:

    K and L definately play together sometimes, games like chase and hiding, L also bit her older sister on the bum the other day too! :-)

  5. Eva says:

    The kids have the week off for Thanksgiving, and they have been playing non stop, all over the house and in the yard. I agree, we can not stress the importance of play enough.