This evening Isabel chased one of the bigger frog’s around the yard. We’ve only seen two larger ones in the yard and they aren’t hard to miss! It put up a fight and really didn’t want to be caught but she finally got her hands on it and her smile was priceless!
It’s 2 handed!
She finally got it under control, it was trying to jump in her shirt!
Welcome to Isabel’s Hair Bop!
Grandma (Grandpa didn’t want to make an appointment) made a hair and nail appointment today at Isabel’s today.
Isabel is super excited to be doing Grandma’s hairs and nails today!
She had been asking Grandma for the past 2 days if she could do her nails and hairs.
Trying to keep the polish on the nail and not her finger. She did a fantastic job! Look at that concentration!
The only color of choice at Isabel’s Hair Bop was purple but Grandma didn’t mind she likes purple too.
Grandma’s hairs are done. She got 3 hair clips and Isabel called it good. Which is funny because when she does my hair she adds all the clips and stuff and my hair is dripping wet! Maybe it’s because I have way more hair Grandma!
Right hand finished.
Isabel did a great job for painting someone’s nail for the first time!
Working on getting that left hand completed.
She did a great job on the left hand too!
Thank you for coming to Isabel’s Hair Bop!
Today Isabel and Grandma worked together making “lost sheep” treats from the Bible story found in Luke 15:3-7
“Then Jesus told them this parable. “Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home. Then he calls his friends and neighbors together and says, “Rejoice with me; I have found my lost sheep.” I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents then over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.”
– Luke 15:3-7 NIV
The recipe for the “lost lamb/sheep” treats.
Mixing up the batter. Grandma decided to cut the recipe in 1/2 which was a great idea because we would of ended up with a lot more lost sheep!
Grandma showing her how to form a ball of dough.
After rolling the dough into a small ball you coat it with milk.
And then roll it in coconut.
Isabel giving her dough ball a bath in milk.
Sprinkle it with coconut.
The finished “lost lamb/sheep” treats.
These treats were sweet!! Isabel enjoyed making them with Grandma and enjoyed eating a few too. Thank you Grandma for sharing your recipe and making lost lamb/sheep with me.
Today I had to attend a meeting at the District Office at school all day. I was a bit bummed that I would miss a day visiting with my parents but Isabel enjoyed the time with just the 2 of them. They went for walks around the block and even took her scooter around a few times too. They played bocce ball in the back yard grass which was a bit hard to do because the grass needed to be mowed. Which my father decided to do because it helped not to lose the bocce ball! They even had a party…
They would gather the pompoms and throw them up in the air! Anyone that got a sparkly one got 3 points.
More pompom party fun!
Note: One month later and I am still finding pompoms that got “lost” during this party)