Thursday, January 22, 2009

A Few Pics From FCC CNY




These are a few of the crafts we did at our Chinese New Year. No, G didn't wear her Chinese silks because she and I wore matching pink shirts.








There were several dances performed and although G was rivited she doesn't want to learn the dances herself. She doesn't want to wear the dresses some of the dancers wore.

13 comments:

amy said...

what beautiful pictures my friend!!!

Everyday Mom Designs said...

So precious. :)

Vivian M said...

Great craft G!

laurel said...

We are going to a CNY party Monday. It is just with a few families from the area. I am so excited. Your pictures made me really excited about it. I love these get togethers. Maylin sometimes won't wear or do things that are Chinese. When people speak Chinese to her she turns her head away and holds up her hand. Not sure why. Your baby girl is getting very big.

Mom To Six said...

Very cute! We're having our CNY celebration this weekend.

Ohilda

Don and Denise Sullivan said...

Very cool! We're going to our CNY next Saturday. Don't know why it's so late but that's the free family day. ha. Can't wait..it's our first!

Super Mommy said...

Lovin the craft Glenys - it's so cute. Our CNY party with FCC isn't until Feb. 7 - BUT we will be celebrating at the Chinese Community Center on the 31st.

kerri said...

Very cute pics, we are going to our New Years celebration on Sunday, the monkeys are not too happy they will be wearing a dress, LOL(that's if I can catch them, they will balking at this request!!)

The Byrd's Nest said...

What fun....I could never drag Lottie to any of that...she won't have anything to do with China yet and I packed away her silk clothes because she doesn't like them...they are itchy and she is from Texas she says! LOL

Meredith Teagarden said...

I love that you wore matching tops!

Kristy said...

You gotta love a girl who knows exactly what she wants and doesn't want!!! She might not want to dance, but she sure can make pretty crafts!!

Love,Kristy

Michele said...

Wow. You adopted a child on your own. Hats off to you. How inspiring. I want to hear more of your story!

Thanks for visiting me on my big, bloggy day!

Dee said...

It looks like you had a great time!

Thanks for coming by to "visit" Annabelle. We can't wait to go get her!