Musical Jingle Bell Rock Skirt
Hmm... wonder who will be the center of attention at the family Christmas party? I have a guess..... from the HearthSong site: "Jingle Bell Rock" has been played by almost every musician (as well as symphony orchestras) and rocked to by almost every holiday celebrant around the world since Christmas of 1957. When kids step into this flounced, fabulously feminine red organza skirt that's festive as Santa's hat, slip on the jingling wristies, and start the wee music box playing, the magic of the music takes over. Suddenly, merrily, it's "a bright time, the right time to rock the night away." Imported.
I've probably said this here before but just to be clear: I didn't have three ten-pound babies for nothing. My payment? The chance to passive aggressively encourage them to rewalk my own childhood footsteps. Kind of like a "life d... I've probably said this here before but just to be clear: I didn't have three ten-pound babies for nothing. My payment? The chance to passive aggressively encourage them to rewalk my own childhood footsteps. Kind of like a "life do-over." Only I hope they do it more gracefully. The purpose? So that I can answer deep, provocative questions like, "How different would my life be if I hadn't sported 3-inch high vertical bangs in high school?" (Sidenote: I grew up in So. Cal in the 80's. So it was only partially my fault.) This book made me think of one thing when I saw it: "I played those games. Now THEY will... err... I mean, can if they would like... play those games." from the site: Cat's Cradle, Crow's Foot, Jacob's Ladder - we remember well the happy hours spent playing string games handed down to us by our mothers and grandmothers. Thankfully, Richard Darsie's careful, step-by-step instructions and photographs will help us teach our children. Three rainbow-hued cord loops that are much easier to work with than the yarn we used as kids are also included. A special kind of heirloom for ages 4 and up. Size Hardcover, 8" x 8", 95 pages