Thursday, March 6, 2014

Birds



Birds! We do love them around here so when Mud Puddles to Meteors decided to host a bird mobile exchange we jumped at the chance to participate. Reece was partnered up with a lovely five year old boy in West Virginia. A few weeks ago we sent off our birds and last week we received the birds from our partner.

There was just a little bit of excitement as he opened the box full of  birds. So much fun! A few days later Reece and Justin sat down and put the mobile together, and it now brings some colour and fun to our living space.

Thanks Dawn and Annie for creating fun swaps for our little people.

***I am guest posting over at Mud Puddles to Meteors again today, please do stop by and say hi.

22 comments:

  1. So great to see these flying in your home Kim! (Isaiah will be thrilled too.) Thank you for such a wonderful swap experience.

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    1. And thanks to you! We will think of you guys every time we look up at them :)

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  2. That is so lovely! How do you find all these swaps???? I would love to participate in some of them. :-)

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    1. Thanks, we love it! Just through the blogs I follow. I always share them on FB as well, always nice to let others know about them.

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  3. What a fun and beautiful Idea!

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  4. These are so cute! What a beautiful way to welcome spring.

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    1. Thanks, and yes, it adds a nice touch of spring to our home.

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  5. Wonderful idea- this is very pretty.
    It feels " spring- y"

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  6. How pretty! I love birds of all kinds, paper, glass, knit, and of course the ones the breathe.

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  7. It's so beautiful! They did a wonderful job! :)

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    1. Thanks KC, they did an awesome job. We are so happy to have them flying in our home.

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  8. Beautiful mobile Kim......little lorikeets perhaps ? ;)
    Have fun welcoming Spring into your house.

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  9. So wonderful! I may have to make some for our house.....

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