Thursday, November 29, 2007

A gift for Analese

So I am just about done shopping for the girls....I have put months of thought into it so it has been pretty easy!

I just placed an order for Analese today for this:

Think she'll love it? She has been having a hard time sleeping lately, waking up a couple times a night, and recently told us that she did not like her bed anymore.

Hopefully this will solve it!

(I am so excited to give this to her, and just had to share! Now back to my studies...)


Lorrie said...

That is so her!!! I love it and can't wait to see pictures of her sleeping in her fairy bed!

Mama Zen said...

Oh, that is gorgeous! What little girl wouldn't love it?

Following Forward said...

this is so stinkin cute! Where did you find this? You have to add those beautiful flowers on top too!

Lizzy in the Burbs said...

That's so pretty! Having two boys, I'm a teensy bit jealous! I'm sure she'll love it, can't think of any little girl who wouldn't!

Julie B said...

yeah-I think she is going to love it, and I cannot wait to give it to her :) Christmas takes on a whole new meaning with children, doesn't it? Just seeing their joy is my greatest present!

Kaylyn-I ordered it from Magic Cabin-one of my favorite website to shop! The flowers do come on it,so nothing to add :)

Oh-and if anyone is looking for a horse stable, I just got the cutest one for $28.00! All wooden, all natural, and its huge! Its for both girls, they are going to flip :)

Peace is every step said...

Adorable! I love Magic Cabin too...just not the prices :( . But, you do get what you pay for--we got Aidan's parking garage and road/car set there. It will probably be one of those "passed down" toys, it's so nice.
What a perfect gift for her!!

Julie B said...

yeah-you really do get what you pay for, that's why I love their stuff. The quality is amazing. I also got Analese the cherry tree blocks from them too.

This Christmas the girls got fewer toys, but higher quality stuff that will-hopefully last. I was determined to get them toys that will last a few years, as we are already piling toys up in the attic that they have outgrown.