Oh my, is that a butterfly kit?! If so, there's some anticipation on this end as well to see how it turns out. :)
Fantastic! A butterfly kit! I can't wait to see how it turns out. Bugs Kindi class did this and had so much fun. :)
OMG - I have been thinking about buying one of those for Ella this summer too. She saw it on TV and kept asking for it. I cant wait to see yours grow! SB will be so excited!
My kids always wanted one, but never got it. It looks like she's super stoked. Fortunately we found our own around here. Happy WW! Thanks for linkin up.
I love your photos! I'm sure you get that a lot though. :)Can't wait to see how it turns out!
YAY! I got two of the kits recently, too - one for N, and one for her cousins birthday next week. We are waiting to order our caterpillars until after the party tho, so the cousins can all do it together. MAJOR anticipation!And I just have to mention how bizarre it is to me to see long sleeves at the end of May. ;)
Wow! My little girl would be thrilled to get that. She just told me that she wants to be a butterfly when she grows up. :)
Sugar Bear is such a nature and outdoor lover...The concentration on her face is priceless...The photography skill...AMAZING!
Now THAT is exciting for a kid! How FUN - I'm going to have to go on the site and see what's up! Fun post.
So cute. I wish we had those when I was a kid!
Looks like a lot of fun I didn't even know you can get something like that hahaha. Great shots btw and I'm loving your watermark :D
AH! What fun - haven't seen anthing like that in SA! A butterfly kit - really cool. Love the expressions on SB's face!
Looks like fun!
Great photos!You are a good photograph!
What fun.. We did Lady bugs on year and boy did we have a lot for years. Still a few around.My WW link for you making it easier to visit
That is very exciting. I love the shots of your beautiful daughter. You are such a gifted photographer and capture Sugar Bear so well with your shots.
LOL, we have the exact same thing on our kitchen table right now. The caterpillars are in the chrysalis (sp?) stage and should emerge as butterflies very soon. My husband can't stand looking at them when we eat dinner, but it's the best place in the house to be able to monitor them. Have fun!
that's cool! i've never seen one of those before.
Isn't it a shame that Baby Puppy and Sugar Bear can't hang out together? What fun they would have!
What a sweetie. :) Those are darling photos. Very cool to see you have a mini horse. We have a mini horse baby this year - a mini mini!
Sweet photos! I'm looking forward to seeing the butterfly progress.
Wow! What great shots!
how awesome! The pictures are GORGEOUS!
oh how fun... The other night I was up way too late and saw an infomercial on those and thought how fun it would be to get one once Payton was older and understoon the circle of life. Too cool. I look forward to seeing pictures of the beauties those caterpillars become.
My son saw the pictures from your post and thought I was buying them for him! Yeah, he is into bugs these days!
How exciting! We've been thinking about buying one of those kits because let's face it, the huge nest of creepy crawly caterpillars in the tree outside is just...well, creepy. Lovely photos! I am in love with your header. :)Thanks for stopping by and linking your WW post up over at my place. Have a great day.Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud@TweetingMama
So fun! Just THINK of the photos!! :D We're trying Monarchs this year -- expecting some native milkweed plants in the mail next week, then we can place our order for the monarch caterpillars. Anticipation abounds! :)~Michelle
Corey, our butterflies all hatched (is that the right term?) the other day! It was very cool. My husband and son actually watched one as it happened. I was not home to see it. Bummer. My son set them free yesterday. We had so much fun we're planning to buy more! Can't wait to see your photos when the butterflies hatch, they'll be much better than what we were able to get with our little point and shoot camera.
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