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Nice woodworking! I'm doing also woodworking projects.woodworking projects
Ken will be able to put her to work down there soon!!
LOL! Abbie is a head on her game with the power tools. I can't even name all of them (I even had to take shop class in Junior High)Logan went thru the same thing of not sitting on the potty. It lasted a couple of months. Then when he got back on he only wanted to sit on the big potty (fine by me, less mess I had to clean up). He was finally trained at 3.5 year old! And still isn't trained thru the night. Has there been any changes in Abbie's life where it would disrupt her wanting to go on the potty? Or is she just being stubborn?
WIth you on the no potty deal!!! I love that she helps Daddy. The girls, and now Reese all enjoyed power tools with Daddy too. But, there is something about watching a Dad with their daughters, isn't there?
Cute!My hubby spent $$$ on a shopsmith to do some wood working and guess what?! We use it to pit stuff on! lol
I bet that little cutie has made her daddy proud!!
Silly mom - because she's a stubborn girl that's why :)
Love it. My daddy had a wood shop too, he was a carpenter when he was young and I would spend hours in there with him.
IMPRESSIVE!!! She might have a little tomboy in her. It's so sweet to see Abby working with Daddy. Now, let me just tell you that I feel your pain with the potty thing. Let's feel sorry for each other, okay? ((HUGS))Joanna
Thanks for stopping by today. come back again!What a helpful little girl you have. So sweet!Cheers,Wanda (At Last...)
There's something really sweet about how little girls take to their daddies. :)
how fun and how special!
She will always remember that sweet time with Daddy!
Daddy is a lucky guy to have such a good and adorable helper!
Too cute!! My hubby does woodworking, too. :)
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