Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Playing Along - A Play Treat

The girls and I are playing along with everyone over at Childhood 101 We Play today.


This isn't exactly the healthiest game idea but boy we had fun playing it! I've been out of action now for a few days with neck, back and head pain and daddy has been taking over the daily role of "director of fun". Today was his first day back at work so I had to resume my role and this is the game we came up with - a cake and lolly shop.

Can you see our teeny tiny cakes, gummy bears (over sized), lolly pops, donuts and our yummy chocolate cake? There's lots for sale in our cake and lolly shop and as I found out, it's all pretty expensive. I payed 50 million dollars for a few lollies and a cake for a birthday party!!

We Play


Come and play at the Childhood 101 We Play link up!

8 comments:

Aspiring Mum said...

Gosh, I'm not going to your lollyshop if it's that expensive! Looks like it was a lot of fun though! (Sorry to hear about your back pain - I'm hoping you're on the mend.)

Hear Mum Roar said...

Geez, 50 million bucks! That's highway robbery! lol. Very cute

Caz said...

Wow, talk about inflation! :-D Love the doughnuts and the lollipops, so very cute. Hope you are feeling better soon too.

Elise said...

I am sorry to hear that you have been unwell and hope that you are back to your healthy self.

Your shop set up is so very cute and creative!

amandab said...

Hope they were the best lollies you have ever tasted! LOL Certainly an enterprising young shopkeeper :)

CatWay said...

What fun! Expensive though. When we play shop everything is $69 for some reason.

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

I love your lollypops :) For some reason everything number related is 14 1/2 in our house lately! Which is especially fine when it comes to my age LOL

Hope you are feeling better x

Jackie H. said...

Good thing your husband went back to work if you are going to be paying that much for sweet treats! What a great idea. We'll have leftover halloween candy soon. Maybe I can talk my son into selling it all to mommy?

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