Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Sweet Pea's First Plant

Two weeks ago, our 5-year-old daughter came out of her Sunday School class with a styrofoam cup filled with seeds and potting soil.  We have since transferred it to her pot of choice, and it is growing remarkably.  She definitely got her green thumb from her great-grandmother.

13 comments:

Trisha said...

Very nice! Thanks for linking up at Momma T and Baby E =)
Trisha
Momma T and Baby E

Tina´s PicStory said...

thanks for joining tina´s wordless wednesday ☺

Linda Makiej said...

Wonderful!!!!
Happy Wednesday!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

That is growing just great! Charming pot choice as well :).

The Green House said...

Thank you everyone! Have a great week!

Diana - Teacher Mom said...

That's wonderful! It reminds me that spring is not too far away.

Ai Sakura said...

such a big acheivement for her :) thanks for linking this up at my party..

Ai @ Sakura Haruka
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kewkew said...

That is a cute little pot.
Nice work.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing at Tots and ME

By Word of Mouth Musings said...

Love when kids grow stuff, their amazement at the way nature works is always such a joy ... too fun! Now move onto herbs ;)

Sarah Hull said...

What a great little green thumb your daughter has!

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Hope you have a wonderful day!
-Sarah
The Little Hedgehog
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cassandrasminicorner said...

Such a lucky girl:) Her plants is really doing good..So green..


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Nolie said...

I dread kids bringing home plants as I know I will kill them. End of school year last year his teacher tried to send one home. I reminded her we were moving 3 hours away so had my kid give it to her as an end of year present lol

The Green House said...

So far, her plant is growing quickly and healthy. She's super excited with the results, as are we. Thank you everyone for your comments and for linking up.

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