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Weekly Photo: Sewing the Seed

| April 9, 2011 | 17 Comments

Red Ted sews his Sunflower seeds. And I sew the seed of knowledge.

Linking to anything goes at “Alphabet Soup”

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  1. Margie S says:

    This reminds me of when my kids and I planted sunflowers in our yard. Sadly our gardener didn’t notice our little fences made of string & popsicle sticks and mowed right over them. I hope yours don’t suffer a similar fate, but grow tall & beautiful! ENJOY!

  2. Beth says:

    I love that. So sweet.

  3. Wishing you lots of sunshine to get them off to a great start x

  4. Lee says:

    What a sweet photo, and great idea :)

  5. what a cute shot! :) Thanks for linking up Maggie!

  6. Jen C. says:

    What a great photo and a great idea for something to do with your child :)

  7. I love it! It’s the concentration!

  8. Pearl Maple says:

    That is a sweet photo, lovely to see little ones learning these lessons

  9. PJ says:

    That is a tremendously wonderful photo!!!!!!!

  10. Both types of sewing look wonderful. It was great chatting with you yesterday.

  11. victoria says:

    so cute
    keep us posted
    when things start sprouting :D
    BEAR HUGS
    ~victoria~

  12. Kelsea says:

    What a beautiful moment! So sweet! :)

  13. Sue Anderson says:

    Nice!

    Both kinds of sewing are important, aren’t they?

    =)

  14. Sue Anderson says:

    errrr…make that “sowing.”

    I think I’m trying to hurry through my blog time too fast this morning!

    =)

  15. I am really hoping I can plant some of my garden next week…

    We’ll see!

  16. Your little guy is so cute and capable.

  17. I loved that picture. It reminds me of making the seed tapes out of newspaper which I have always thought to be charming as well.

    Thanks for sharing this poignant message on growing children AND seeds at the same time.

    Wonderful link to Alphabet Soup!

    A+

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