Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Playing Store






Oh the treasures of childhood. Violet and I played our very first game of store the other night. She played it for two hours straight! I think we have a pretty good food selection. And everyone needs a little chocolate hence the chocolate covered cherries. I would love a set of pretend wooden eggs from Nova Naturals (hint hint) to add to the fun and maybe some play money although I am pretty sure we can take some from our Monopoly game. I am thrilled she loves her vintage cash register as much as I do. What a fun day!

6 comments:

Amber said...

Wow, that vintage register is fantastic! I love those eggs from Nova too, we have a set and my son adores them.

Caitlin said...

Hey, just checking out your blog after reading about the stocking swap over at Our Yellow House. I just wanted to tell you to check out Casey's Wood Products at caseyswood.com. They have the same wooden eggs at about half the price and tons of other great stuff too,check the wooden acorns and great little peg people.My two kids have loved them.

Signs and Salvage said...

Hey There!!! Should we swap likes, fave colors and all that for our swap??? I cannot find your email address on anything...maybe you could email me and then we can chat a little:) I thought I better actually start working on the swap...since waiting to the last minute is usually my M/O...but I have a feeling November is going to fly by!!! Talk to you soon:)

Kristin

leah said...

i was about to tell you to check out casey's wood products too but my pal caitlin has beat me to the punch!

play food is one of my very favorite toys. you can never have too much!

Pink & Green Mama said...

Hello there!!

This is So fun! We love to play store.

I'm participating in stocking swap and having fun visiting all of the blogs participating -- it's always fun to find new goodies to read! : )

Fondly,
Pink and Green Mama MaryLea

sunkist33 said...

We have that SAME register, except it's red...how funny! "Store" and kitchen are big hits around here, too...

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