I’ve got a present for you!

Week 1

As soon as she came in through the door, Miss 5 announced proudly, “I’ve got a present for you!”

“Ooooooo!  A present?  Thank you!  I love presents!” I gushed.

“This is for you!” the little missy handed ‘the present’ over ever so proudly.


“Thank you!  That’s a lovely penguin!”  I enthused.

Week 2

“I’ve got a present for you!” said Miss 5 with a big smile on her face.

“Mmmm, what have you got for me this time?” I questioned.

“Here, I drew this especially for you!” she replied.


“What a beautiful flower!  Thank you,” I praised.

Week 3


“Who’s that in the picture?” this lucky recipient inquired.

“Oh, can’t you tell?  That’s you!” she proclaimed loudly.

“Gee, it sure looks like me!” I laughed.

Week 4


“That’s Max, Xan and I at the playground,” informed my generous giver cheerfully.

“And did you have a grand time?” I asked.

“We sure did!” said she.

Week 5


I still haven’t figure out what this drawing is about.  Any ideas?

Week 6


“My mummy bought this from Taiwan and I give it to you!” my gift bearer declared.

“Thank you.  That’s very kind of you.  Please remember to thank your mom for me,” I answered.

I might as well enjoy the idolisation while I can for one really can’t tell how long it is going to last!  🙂  This precocious little lass is presently quite fixated on presents.  Here’s a charming story which she told me today.

A lion came visiting one day…..


A lion came to my house to visit me one day.  It brought a present for me!  It was a necklace, soooooooo beautiful one!

(Oh?  What did the lion say to you?)

The lion asked me for a present too!

(Smart lion!)

This story reminds me of a story which my two kids enjoyed when they were little lads.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

And what do you do if a lion really comes to visit?

Click on the picture to read the story.

Photo courtesy of oddstuffmagazine.com


My delightful and winsome Miss 5.


About Katherine

Just a female who has time to do a bit of pondering and musing. Otherwise, I am on an interesting journey down the path to being a senior citizen.
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