Several ways of using a peg

Roz made one too, she called it a tutu.
The boys pushed them down the sleeve of the drying dressing gown
Lev used one to fix the crack of the plastic washing basket.

Makes me happy these child plays!
simple, honest, happy fun.
posted September 25th, 2016  
Another great family history shot Saxa.
posted September 25th, 2016  
What a great capture. I used a peg to attach a piece of pink paper to a welly boot as a back drop to a moss image.
posted September 25th, 2016  
Lovely capture.
posted September 25th, 2016  
bep
Lovely shot.
posted September 25th, 2016  
The dark "cape" behind him suggests that he's getting ready for his superhero duties. Made me smile.
posted September 25th, 2016  
Oh- this is so pegging cute, haha!:)
posted September 25th, 2016  
@motherjane very inventive, I'lll add it to the list :-)
posted September 25th, 2016  
Prachtig. ( Ik wou dat ik het beter kon zeggen/schrijven.)
posted September 25th, 2016  
LOL! cute!
posted September 26th, 2016  
Lovely, how wonderful for 100 happy days.
posted September 26th, 2016  
Love it! Your children have great imagination & you encourage them to be "themselves"
posted September 26th, 2016  
So much fun, my husband did this to our toddler and we had a great laugh!
posted September 26th, 2016  
great invention
posted September 26th, 2016  
Great shot and use of imagination
posted September 28th, 2016  
I remember my daughters playing the same with the pegs !
posted October 1st, 2016  
As it should (make you happy) - you know how to live. I am certain you are raising your kids to be lovely, happy people as well :)
posted October 1st, 2016  
Outstanding. Next dissect the theory of relativity!
posted October 10th, 2016  
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