Letters from a Hill Farm
That was a favorite toy with my girls as well. How nice to have your grandchildren playing with it now.
It is so nice that you have these old toys and books to share with your Grands.
It's lovely how generations share the same pleasures isn't it.
Nice to know the old toys are still around to be loved and played with.
I remember my daughter loved hers. I looked for these when my grandchildren were toddling but couldn't find one anywhere. Such a shame.Ann
I remember those! There was--still is--a great independent toy store here in Nashville called Phillips Toy Mart that specialized in quality wood toys.
I am so refreshed by your blog photo header, the post on this wonderful toy, and the dear series of posts on your growing grandchildren. How blessed you are to have them, but of course, how blessed they are to have you! These are precious days at your lovley home.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! Please do come back if you've asked a question.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.