~Quilting with the Past~
How cute!Yes, the kids here (at least in Tennessee) do this kind of handclapping game too - with different chants and words along with it!Were they singing or chanting along with the clapping?
And in England too - usually with a singsong verse to accompany it - isn't it funny that some things are a common language throughout the globe - a bit like quilting really!
Yep, my 7 year old is constantly clapping and singing something! Your daughter is a cutie!Sarah
Hi Lucy, it is a lovely video, yes, as a child I also played like that with my friends, now I play like that with my children :o)Hope you had a nice weekend...
What dolls; what are they saying? Karen
And in Norway also. I remember that we used to play like this in school. Cute girls!Inga
They are so cute, don't you love little girls....Hugs Tina
So lovely girls !!! yesterday, my daughter started to do the same. She is 3 years old and the gesture and the song are not "perfect" but it is so funny !! Céline
I loved watching the video! How CUTE!! I remember how fun it was to see jedaja and isis playing together....even when isis was naughty! *hehehe*Bonnie
Oh this is sooo cute! Isis and Jedaja are so adorable! And it was very fun to hear the dutch!But most of all I loved your little row of little quilts on the wall!
Lucy, I loved the video. . .and I adore the names you chose for your children. Very nice!You asked about a location of a photo on my blog. The mountaintop scene with the clouds below was taken at our cabin in Washington state, USA. It's located at 4,500 feet above sea level. Could you see the snow in the distant ridges? We've had a wet spring, but things are growing nicely as a result. Thanks for your comment.
Hi lucy,your children are so beautiful! Adorable:))))
What a sweet clip - my little boy thought it was fun too.
the colors on this quilt are so unusually terrific. i never would have thought to put pink with such darks AND bright yellow. but they work so well. i love it!
LucyI did this when I was a girl at school also. In English however. I have two young daughters but they haven't come home with that yet.Jodie
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