My 3 year old Burger threw a party this week... This was his party-- toys dangling off our little kid-sized drum set. His Hippo Webkinz that he adorably calls "Hungry" is the host of this party & if you look close you can see Burger & I in the Giant "disco" ball. He planned this party all on his own. 

I need to learn from my kids and make the everyday a party. I do love to Dance to music while doing dishes, but maybe I could try disco-ing while scrubbing the toilet or doing the worm as I mop the floor. Maybe I could do with a little more shuffle ball-change in the grocery store line. A little more cha-cha at the Pediatricians...That's what I'll do if I can just get myself off the couch. 

linking up for #4 in Jodi's 52 project here & Katie's ordinary moments here

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  1. Spontaneous party dancing is a must I think! My kids think I'm bonkers when I crank up the tunes and dance round the kitchen, but they love it. Good for the soul!

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    1. I agree-- it's so very good for the soul

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  2. I love those corners where you can see what your kids have done and enjoyed. I have a photo series I'm working on called Harp was Here that captures our unique landscape.

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    1. what a fun idea -- I am completely enamoured with the little worlds my kids create all over the house

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  3. What a beautiful ordinary moment to capture and record! I so love the way little minds work with their imaginations, definitely seems a beautiful party to me :) x

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  4. adorable! I'm with you on the "make the every day a party" hehehe
    thanks for stopping by the other day ;)

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    1. it was my pleasure-- it's good to know others are surviving the winter

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