Saturday, March 29, 2008

Fun :-)

My girls watched an episode of the Little House on the Prairie. It was about Founders Day in Walnut Grove and all the activities going on there. One of the games was a run with legs tied to each other. My girls had to give it a try. They had so much fun :-)








Lucy

14 comments:

de vliegende koe said...

What a great idea of your girls to run with their legs tied to each other! Aren’t those old games fun!

Patty said...

Just like Little House on the Prarie - these pictures are so heartwarming! Life's simple joys are so beautiful!

Libby said...

Oh what fun *s* I can almost hear the laughter.

Cascade Lily said...

How perfect :)

andsewitis Holly said...

What fun, Lucy! I love the Little House books and read them often.

Wendy said...

What a great idea for the girls to try it out, looks like they had a ball.

Are you tumblers the same size as Kathie's? I might have to order that template. I just love yours.

Darcie said...

I can just imagine all of the giggling...that is what makes it such a challenge! Fun pics, Lucy!

Dawn said...

Oh look at how much fun they are having! This was always a popular game at kids parties and is called a 3 legged race. Only your girls used the sticks so it is almost like a 5 legged race!

anne bebbington said...

Yes we too used to call this the three legged race and it was always one of the races at the primary school sports day when I was a child - your girls look to be having so much fun!

Heidi said...

All the old games like this are still played are activities in the US and are great fun for young and old. Don't you just love Little House!

Hugs ~
Heidi

atet said...

Those 3 legged races are a lot of fun -- I remember doing those on sports days at school. Your daughters laughter is ringing here in my home -- thank you for the smile :0).

Pattie said...

Those photos just made me smile! Thank you for sharing them.

YankeeQuilter said...

We used to do those 3-legged races at the summer picnic...right after the potato sack races and before the tug-o-war over the mud puddle! (wouldn't recommend the last one for your girls!)

Elaine Adair said...

I am laughing along with them! What fun I'm remembering from just a 'few' years ago. 8-)