It’s the Small Things: Daddy!

On Saturday mornings, we have a little routine. Daddy gets to sleep late while the girls watch TV until 7:30. (This is late when you have to get up at 5:15 every morning!) Both the girls are always thrilled when Daddy comes downstairs on Saturday mornings. Ordinarily they don’t see him in the morning since they are still asleep!

This morning, there was an article in the newspaper about a coyote. Ed read it to the girls. The coyote had been stranded on a floe of ice in Lake Michigan, and an animal rescue organization went out in a boat to rescue the coyote. The girls were fascinated with this story!

And time spent with Daddy was also right up their alley!

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9 Responses to It’s the Small Things: Daddy!

  1. There's nothing like time with daddy, especially for little girls! I so miss cuddling with my dad while he read stories to me, making all the different character's voices 🙂

  2. I just love it! That is so sweet that daddy and the girls get to spend special time together like that. The girls will forever remember that and look back with such fondness. I am here from blog hop. Happy Holidays!

  3. How totally precious. When our first three boys were little they had breakfast out with Dad on Saturday…in fact my sister in law made them shirts with the monogram "Wright Team" on them…he took a different one each Saturday…it was their alone time!! Those times are so precious!!

  4. Hi Ginny,Your daughters look like they are having fun with their dad… Thank you for stopping by my WordPress blog, it was good to connect there. I have joined your blog hop via my blogger blog – Positive Kismet and will follower you.Happy Holidays!Elizabeth

  5. So sweet, my kids love when Daddy is home in the morning too because they don't get to see him during the week either. Oh and 7:30 is late for us too!

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