Monday, November 26, 2007

a unique interpretation



With the Christmas decorations starting to make their appearance in our home, Joelle decided to make her own contribution.

Here is her artistic stamp for the holiday season.

Ah...nothing says "Happy Birthday, Jesus!" like a My Little Pony entagled with a headband and a mini lizard and mini dinosour laying at its feet.

I suppose it's the thought that counts...right?

13 comments:

Pam said...

Awesome! I love the Christmas story that includes the My Little Pony following the star to bring a gift of baby lizard and dinosaurs! ;) All kidding aside- how sweet that she wanted to make her own, creative, from the heart contribution! With all the 'bad' things in life and the terrible news all around us - it is nice to see some good in the world! What a good momma you are- raising beautiful, caring, loving girls who make sweet and thoughtful gifts!!

Ruth said...

aww. nothing like celebrating christmas with KIDS! they bring a whole new refreshing perspective to it.

Regina said...

I think My Lil Pony symbolizes Jesus trampling on Satan and his minions... or it could just be my lil pony, a dino, a lizard and a headband saying Happy Birthday Jesus!!
HAHA, kids are so funny & cute! They just do things and wonder why in the world we (adults) don't "get it"! Awesome!

Blessings, Regina

WorksForMom said...

You're right - it's totally the thought that counts. Jesus loved all animals, right? Well there you go! :)

Gloria said...

very cute indeed. good for you for letting her make a contribution in her own way.

Kellan said...

I love the name Joelle - the decoration is adorable!! Take care.

jackie said...

Oh... the days of my little pony. Olivia would be right in there with Joelle dressing up her pony. Little girls...

Margo said...

I love it!! Kept me smiling for a long time.

Mango Marie said...

Hey, I want a My Little Pony decoration to add to my collection!

Common Mom said...

I love it! This is exactly what my daughter would do . . . I think our kids would get along great :-)

Melanie said...

It is the thought that counts. How sweet.

Leeann said...

I love children's perspective on things!

Sharon said...

Maybe she meant for him to be part of the nativity scene? :)