Monday, December 22, 2014

Little Drummer Boy...err...Girls!

Sometimes you just have to make your own fun!  Gathering up anything that can be used as a drum (or a shaker, for Flake), and marching around singing and drumming to "The Little Drummer Boy" seemed like a good idea to Emily and the rest!

Little Drummers 1/6

With enthusiastic clanging!!

Little Drummers 2/6

And Shaking!

Little Drummers 3/6

And Banging!

Little Drummers 4/6

And some waving around of a star!

Little Drummers 5/6

 Claire wants to know what exactly they are up to.

Little Drummers 6/6

Kipling thinks that is a bit of a silly question....  ;)

10 comments:

  1. I am a little embarassed to admit I used to do the same thing when I was much much younger. These shots just threw me back many years into my childhood days! The Little Drummer boy was my favourite Christmas show back then.

    I do love how co-ordinated this festive band is. Must be quite the active time at the orphanage during the festive season!

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    1. LOL You are not alone.... I think a lot of us did this as children! LOL

      Multiple children + almost Christmas = better keep 'em busy, or chaos breaks out! LOL

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  2. This really made me smile, I can just imagine it...and almost hear it from here :)
    Lovely photos as usual, and gorgeous dolls all beautifully dressed...LOVED it!!
    Big hugs Sharon xx

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    1. LOL Thanks! I think their imaginary clamour would travel at least that far! ;D

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  3. Everything about these photos is fabulous - the poses, the setting, all of it! Wonderful and festive shots! :)

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    1. Thanks so much for the kind words! I do love this time of year, and the dolls let me express some of that Christmas spirit without driving my family up the wall. ;)

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  4. I love it all! Very creative!

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    1. Thanks! I love doing scenes like this, it is so much fun. :D

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  5. I love this scene ! So nice to see your little pukifees and the realpuki !! So cute. Best regards and Merry Christmas from France, Stéphanie

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    1. Thanks so much! I hope you had a great Christmas as well! :)

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