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Three Advices of the day!

First:

Every child knows that Tinkerbell makes part of the "Peter Pan" story, the fact that distinguish her is the little trail of magic dust that she leaves behind. Also, children are those who can understand her language, as in the world of fantasy everything is possible. This character is born from the first laugh of a new-born baby and will be kept alive due to your children's joy when they open a Tinkerbell book with her face on it.



Second:

Once they are done, we often grab our child safe scissors and cut out the figures on the pages. From there we have the choice of putting them up around the house or adding them into a scrapbook. Trust me once they start scrapbooking these, you will end up with loads of books full of pictures which you will treasure more and more as they grow up. I intend to try and embarrass my kids with these on their future wedding days!



Third advice:

Sometimes he really just loses himself in the work and goes quiet, determined to do good and his hand eye concentration has really come on in leaps and bounds. He seems to have quickly learned that by going slower his accuracy improves and things are easier overall, a great little lesson for life there! He is too young yet to start trying to sign his name on his work so I ask him to draw me his face as a signature and he always does so with a big smile on it, which tells me he had a good time working on it!