Monday, April 21, 2008

and then there were four..............


EVA

Hello I am Eva and because it is nearly my birthday in maybe nine or twenty sleeps I get to be first and to tell you what happened.



Well ! Outside when we were playing hide and seek, I went to hide in the hedge and I did and it was a bit scratchy and when I came out Polly yelled at me that I had blood on my leg and



I looked and I went uh -oh and it really hurt and I cried.

Polly



So then Eva had to go inside and she cried a lot and a lot and we heared her from outside and we waited for her to come back and I did some forward rolls but I got dirty and forward rolls are not good for doing in dresses. Lottie did a handstand and then fell over



and I said that hand stands are not good because then everyone can see you undies and Lottie poked her tongue out at me.

Lottie


Eva came back to play but she had a bandage on her leg and I said that was good. I don't like band aids because when you are better and it has to come off they hurt really lots and they pull all your skin hairs out and it hurts even in the bath.

So I said I would play hairdressers with Eva until she felt better but Eva said not to be messy on her bun and maybe Ester would be a good hairdresser and not me. Ester didn't know what happened because she wasn't being attentions with us at all. So I said I didn't want to play hairdressers I wanted to play gymnastics anyway.

Ester


In the garden I picked some flowers and I saw a bug that had sort of dots on and it went on a leaf and then it went on some grass and I tried to pick it up on a different leaf but it didn't want to go on my leaf but I didn't touch it with my hands because Jodie said not to pick up bugs what you don't know in case they are biting sorts.



Eva was crying a lot and then her leg limped so I gave my flowers to her and she got all cheered up. After that we had snacks and Jodie said to please all be in a line for a photo and not to pull faces.

So we just had our normal faces on.

55 comments:

  1. Hee, hee, very funny! I bet you had great fun doing this. They are all too cute but I think Lottie is my favourite.

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  2. What cheeky gaggle of girls. And there is a Lottie! I have a Lottie and I want another one! She is adorable.

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  3. Oh and my Lottie hates band aids too! See, they are just meant for each other!

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  4. Too beautiful Jodie! Both the story and the girls. Miss Clare hates bandaids as well - I think she's only ever had one on in her life!

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  5. Margot wants to know if they are going in the shop?

    She knows I can't resist them or her...

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  6. I am a big girl (in many ways) and I hate bandaids too!!! this should be another reason to shave the legs you think????


    Hairy Lissa

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  7. Wow - just gorgeous. They all have such unique personalities. I love the flower-picking shot :)

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  8. I LOVE the line up of smiley faces, with all their different hairstyles and fringes. Just gorgeous!

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  9. What a bevy of beauties! They all look so mischievous on one hand, and on the other like butter wouldn't melt in their mouths!

    :)

    ps. Why haven't you put up a link to your Etsy shop in your side-bar? Hey? Hey??

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  10. I love your stories...have you ever thought about writing your own childrens books featuring your beautiful dolls?

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  11. Oh Jodie that was wonderful
    Alison

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  12. The girls are ever so sweet. i love Lottie's tunic.

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  13. I love those little girls - but Ester just tops them (it's the hair, obviously!!)

    I am squealing at the excitement of your quilt swap sneaks too...I can't wait to get mine shown off as well (and I made me something for once too, must be in the water!)

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  14. wow girls I am so please that you all had you good smiles on your faces for Jodie.........if you were naughty you may have to sleep outside in the cubby house......tell Jodie she is such a smart pants being able to make you girls so beautiful and tell great stories about your days.......

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  15. What a gorgeous gang of girls! Love Ester - she is a little cutie! Your stories are so entertaining....

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  16. How cute. I love your dolls. I'd love to make a few for my little girl to make her own stories one day. Very clever.

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  17. It is lovely to meet you girls - you all seem so lovely but I think I ruly ruly like Lottie the best - (she has the nicest dress). Could you girls please tell Jodie that I am still waiting for my little indian and that she has been very naughty and clever for making all you girls instead of making the little Indian!!!

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  18. How I love your little adventures. Hope they are all well now.

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  19. What a lovely bunch of girls - you mustn't have any books to zap??!!

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  20. Such beautiful little girls! I like the way you did their hair...so great!

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  21. I think being on crutches has been a good thing, look at all them gorgeous little girls you have made..& Lottie has the cutest dress...I agree with the comment on doing a childrens book. Watch out Charlie and Lola here comes Jodies tribe...

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  22. Oh they are gorgeous! Why aren't they in your shop yet though????? And yes please to an original Jodie's dolls story book! Lucy xxx

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  23. lovely lovely dolls! my favorite is ester...they seem so happy!!I'm sure you've had great fun making them! did it took a lot of them?

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  24. All four are quite cute and cheerful. So sweet.

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  25. Fantastic dolls Jodie - and brilliant story. Seriously - you need to get published. x

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  26. Oh my word, what beautiful girls!!! You out-do yourself every time Jodie!!!

    I love their hair and pretty dresses and their normal faces are perfect :)

    I agree with MM - etsy shop in your sidebar now!!!
    I agree with several others - a Jodie book please!!!

    Fantastic job Mrs
    xxxxx

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  27. The story was great and they are all very cute. I love your professional-looking faces; mine are always lopsided [perhaps becasue they are embroidered on knitting which is not as firm?].

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  28. Oh they are just lovely ... how talented you are! Oh and thanks for the mention!!

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  29. Great adventures! the girls are sooooo cute!

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  30. You are truly clever Jodie and I love them all!

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  31. Great dolls - they are all wonderful!

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  32. Love them all and reading about their adventures:)

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  33. brilliant, Jodie! Besos desde Barcelona

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  34. That was so much fun Jodie!!! You're just so clever and creative!

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  35. That was fantastic. A great read and great images to go with it. Love those softies!!!!

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  36. the girls are adorable!! LOVE them all! I do hope your foot is improving, what a bummer.

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  37. I had to comment and say that I just found my way to your blog and got stuck here for a good hour and a half! Where did my morning go? You are amazingly talented. Most (ok, fine...all) of your crafts are above my skill level, but what fun looking at them! Do you sell them anywhere online? Thanks for a fun morning.

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  38. Oh, Jodie, more wee darlings. I love them all, though, Lottie tugs at my heart.
    I agree with Curlypops and Lucy, you should definitely write a book and illustrate with pics of your little ones. This generation needs a new Strawberry Shortcake and friends, these are so sweet but so natural and real.
    You may have to clone Lottie looks like everyone wants her, me too.
    Patty

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  39. Oh my goodness! They are so so so cute and I love their adventures!!

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  40. Geez, that brings back memories, doing handstands and cartwheels in the garden with my friends, giggling at all the silliness. They all look like such good friends too!

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  41. Love that last photo Jodie. Polly is my fave.
    I'll have to show Bron and Adelaide. I'm sure they'll be impressed.

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  42. I love your dolls! My mother sews dolls too. It's what she likes to do. I find them to be quite difficult! Great job!!

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  43. Adorable. Just like some little girls I know! Thanks for sharing.

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  44. Those are just about the cutest dolls ever! They remind me a doll my daughter used to have....Linnea doll and it came with a book. So adorable!! Great work and cute story about them

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  45. hi, how much are your dolls?

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  46. that is the most adorable story and I love that they are such good friends. I like their normal faces in the photo :)

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  47. What a positively lovely story, characters and blog you have here...It's so refreshing so thanks for sharing.

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  48. adorable story and dolls.. i love it

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Hellloooooo !!!!