By the time I got home and opened the door to my living space, my daughter was already there, having played around with the toys and the TV.
We took turns watching her work on them, but I could tell the fun she was in was in her work, too.
I took some pictures and got to work on her projects.
As my daughter’s projects took shape, I made a note to myself that I would like to make more.
In my mind, I already had several projects on hand, but these could easily be combined.
I began by picking up some more furniture and adding to the wall shelves.
My next move was to add some accessories to the living room wall.
My first item was an antique clock, which I decided to give my daughter a peek at for the first time.
When I opened the clock to see that it was still sitting there, I knew it had to be a present.
In my mind I already have several projects and I already wanted to add a second to the room.
So I started searching for an antique watch.
My next step was to make a necklace.
I have a number of pieces from my collection on my walls and I wanted to try something different.
The jewelry piece that I ended up using in my necklace was a pair of earrings from the same family that makes beautiful pieces of art jewelry for the children of their family.
I had planned to wear this necklace when I was traveling, but it was so much fun to wear it on my own, that I decided I would share it with my daughter as well.
When my daughter first picked up the necklace, I had her put it on a ring she had bought from my parents.
The two pieces are beautiful and I loved that the necklace fit on her finger.
My daughter was so happy when she wore the necklace.
Next up was a necklace that she had purchased from a local jeweler.
I decided it would be fun to have a look at the jewelry piece in the mirror before I started wearing it.
To add to the items I already planned to add to my room, I decided that the dress I had been eyeing was one of the perfect pieces to wear with my new necklace.
To do this, I selected the dress that my daughter had picked out.
At this point, I realized I had many projects on my hands.
It was time to plan for what I would wear with the necklace that I had bought.
After putting on the necklace and choosing the dress, I took a moment to reflect on what I was planning to wear.
My husband was in the living rooms and I had started thinking about my son’s birthday, which would be in a few weeks.
My son was not yet two, but he would definitely be the youngest child of the family.
I thought of wearing something special for him and that was when I picked out the necklace for him.
I knew that I wanted the necklace to have the same design as my son and that it would look good on him.
I was also aware that the jewelry would need to be worn with the dress and would not be suitable for casual wear.
I needed to choose something that would be comfortable for the entire family, and I needed something that could be worn by both boys and girls.
As I began planning the project, I started by looking at the dress.
I knew that the two pieces would be more than enough to make this look like a typical family gift.
I looked at the necklaces and saw that they would be able to be used with the necktie, but the dress also needed to be wearable on its own.
I made sure to have plenty of room on the dress so that I could wear it with the other pieces.
Finally, I thought about how the necklace would fit.
The size of the necklace needed to fit snugly against my son, so I figured that he would need about two inches of room.
I ended my thoughts by saying, “I will make it as small as I can.
The next time you have a chance, let me know what size you would like it to be.”
I was able to make my plan for the necklace as I wanted, but when I took it to my husband, he was a little surprised by what he saw.
He asked, “Do you want me to wear something?”
I replied, “No, I’m not wearing anything, but please let me see your wedding ring.”
He looked at me and said, “That’s fine.”
I took the ring out of the ring box and placed it on his finger.
He immediately noticed that it fit perfectly and that the design of the piece matched his son’s ring.
I went back to my daughter and asked, ”Are you sure you want this?
“She looked at my ring and said that she was sure she wanted it, too, but