Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wednesday's Haiku To You!



Something on Em's list


was to build something with wood.


A born carpenter!

14 comments:

LadyStyx said...

Looks better than anything I could put together!

Ribbon said...

Always fun to be had when building with wood.
I used to love building with wood too for a time in my childhood. Now I spend a lot of time building with Mega blocks - a bigger version of leggo :-)

best wishes
Ribbon

Tori_z said...

That's something on my list too... To build something with wood. People are reluctant to let me try though. :(

Future Mama said...

How stinkin' adorable is that?! Oh man! that is too cute! What a beautiful family you have!

I use to LOVE to build things when I was younger... Come to think of it, I'm STILL the one who puts stuff together when something needs to be assembled. I guess that talent/interested stayed with me. Maybe it will with her too! :)

I found you through SITS!

Lacey said...

Wow! That turned out remarkably symmetrical! Go Em! :-)

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

Look at her!!! She did an awesome job! She looks cute in that apron as well.

Deanna said...

She is going to remember the feeling pg accomplishment this gave her for the rest of her life. Way to go!

Intense Guy said...

I'm really partial to orange (bet you didn't know that) and that outfit Emerson has on is so durn cute! It really, really suits her.

I see you got her making closet organizer stuff already! :)

Rebecca Jo said...

Love it!! My dad raise me more in the wood shop then I ever did any home ec. sorta thing! Give me a drill & saw anyday over an oven or sewing machine!

Grand Pooba said...

Awww, I love the little apron!

AB HOME INTERIORS said...

hahaha Great post! Love it, popping in from SITS!

HiHoOhio said...

A class at HOme Depot for Kids, no doubt? I want my girls to do one of those!!!! Looks like she did great!

Becky said...

Great job Emerson!

My Granfather was a carpenter, and I use to love nailing wood together. (It never looks that nice though! lol)

a corgi said...

cute project and haiku!!

betty