Wednesday, March 24, 2010

ALPHABE-THURSDAY - "J" as in Jeans, Juice, Jelly, etc



It's time again for Alphabe-Thursday sponsored by Jenny at Jenny Matlock..."off on my tangent." Head over to her blog for a list of participants and information on how you can join in on the fun.

This week we are working on the letter J. (Click on pictures to enlarge.)

The boys put on their JEANS and headed to the kitchen for peanut butter and JELLY with JUICE.



Then they went out in the backyard to play and saw JACK Rabbits. They decided to take turns trying to JUMP over the picnic table like a JACK RABBIT. (Boys will be boys.)



OOPS!



Once again, Ginny Ellen showed up. This week she had her favorite J word for the boys.

39 comments:

  1. Betty always a pleasure to see that adorable doll house come to life! Love it! Wonderful post!

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  2. Betty...pretty crafty post for "J"...I like...and thanks for your visit and comments about Jiffy jeff...curls? Yes, and I wish I still had them...even more hair would be nice...Prayers for Reid...Peace and blessings

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  3. The detail in these pictures is astonishing...from the hose on the line with the little tiny clothespins...to the tiny little soda bottles in their little wooden case.

    I am always impressed and amazed by your posts!

    Jumpin' for Joy at another Jubilant Ginny and friends posts.

    A+

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  4. Are those Tommy dolls drinking juice and eating jelly beans? I love them and Kelly dolls too but I don't think they make many of them anymore. Cute scenes. Joni

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  5. I show your blog to m pre-k students are they ask me all week, when is that dolly "show" going to be on!! They are so cute!
    Thanks for your prayers, I know you understand.

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  6. I love it. I especially love the wash hanging LOL. Where the heck did you get the little bra's and nylon stockings?

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  7. I look forward to your Alphabe-Thursday posts every week. These really are the cutest little stories. I love the little boy tumbling. And that little Ginny Ellen is a toot! Kathy

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  8. I haven't been by your blog in a while. Forgive me.

    I love your images. That little picnic table reminds me of one I had as a child. I'd eat my PBJ outside on sunny days. Oh wow, I think you have inspired me to do an entire post about that little plastic table!

    Tales Of A Fourth Grade Nothing

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  9. Love your pictures. They are too cute.

    I am now following you, so I can come back and do some serious looking around.

    Thanks!

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  10. I too am totally amazed at all the detail in each scene. There is even a squirrel in the tree! What a fun post.

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  11. Very cute and clever J post!

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  12. What a cute and funny post. They're a spirited, playful crew you have. And yes,"Boys will be boys."

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  13. Betty, Every single Thursday I come here to see what's happening in doll world and am always amazed!!!

    I wish you were my neighbor so I could come over and play!!

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  14. I bet you had fun doing the pictures, they are great Here is my J

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  15. As always, I love your posts! Poor little guy, trying to jump the table and ending up on his head! And the laundry - amazing!! Where does one get such tiny underthings? :-)

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  16. Your post is a joy to behold as always!
    Blessings,
    Catherine :)

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  17. so cute...love the lingerie on the line...

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  18. There is a big smile on my face. :-)

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  19. You are so talented with your vignettes!

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  20. very cute and creative. Thanks for stoppin by my blog . Have a joy filled day .

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  21. Stopped in to see what all your dollies were up to this week. They are certainly a busy brood.

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  22. Love your pictures- they are always so cute! Love yr blog too -happy Alphabe-Thursday! :o)

    XOXO LOLA:)
    PS Am yr newest follower!

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  23. Oh, what fun it is to visit your blog. I always look forward to see what Jenny and her friends will be up to. The detail of your vignettes is amazing. Thanks for sharing this miniature world.

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  24. I just love your doll-house-scenes!
    Best wishes,
    Anna

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  25. It's always fun to see what the dolls are up to! Fun post Betty!

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  26. what a great presentation!!!

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  27. Ok, your Alphabe posts are adorable. I love how you set up the dolls! My girls would go nuts at your house!

    Nice to bump into another Texas gal! Do you know about the Texas Blogging Gals? I've made some nice friends through that group. I have a button on my blog.

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  28. First time here - fun, fun, fun! My daughter will love these. I will be back.

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  29. Just letting you know did a great job once again. Thanks for stopping by.

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  30. So cute! I loved all the activity in the kitchen -- with the pets and pet food and kids -- just like a real kitchen!

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  31. I love how you set up all those scenes for the post! It's quite amazing and wonderful.

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  32. "boys are jerks", oh yeah, she got it right and I like the detail with the laundry stocking

    thanks for your visit

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  33. Oooo, how sweet! I love how you did the doll house scenes. Thanks for coming to visit my blog!

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  34. Once again you had me in stitches. I love what you did here. I have been wanting to make a play set for my doll house backyard. I love yours and all the details. I am telling you, you should write a story and take pictures of all these cute scenes. It would be so popular. My kids love looking at your pictures.
    Hugs,
    Carey

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  35. So cute and creative. I wish I had a creative soul...

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  36. Oh, Betty, this is the cutest post. I hope the "boys are" card reappears in the next post too with a second cross-out lol.

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  37. OH I loved this post. I got my link working now on the History of Jelly Beans. My computer was acting out so it has taken me a while to come on by and say hello.. Thanks again..

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  38. not only are the dolls the cutest, but the accessories when I really have a look...like the little clothesline and the potbelly stove....just adorable....

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  39. Thank you for another informative post! I appreciate your efforts.

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