February 07, 2008


Daddy's Little Girl
Poor Mr. P has had a tough week at work. Tonight as I was getting ready to go to bed I walked through the kitchen and found this hanging on the bottom of the kitchen counter. Miss Bonnie adores her Daddy and I guess she decided he needed a little cheering up. "Thank Goodness It's Friday, Daddy!" When he wakes up in the morning and see's this somehow I think he will be more cheered by the fact that a precious young lady took the time to make this for him than the fact that it's Friday! Yep, she's a Daddy's girl;o)

12 comments:

Michelle said...

How sweet of Miss Bonnie to do that for Mr. P. - she's definitely got that priceless gift of encouragement, doesn't she?

Taylor is absolutely, hands down, no doubt about it a daddy's girl, too! (And Tess is a mama's girl, in case you were wondering :) LOL)

Hugs,
Michelle

Michelle said...

P.S. Tell Mr. P. I hope he enjoys his weekend off and hopefully next week will be better :)

Jodi said...

Fathers and daughters are a precious thing to behold! I hope Mr. P has a *great* weekend. :o)

Mrs. C said...

I'm so glad that the precious moments don't end just because a child is *grown up*. :)

Pam said...

I know Miss Bonnie's thoughtful gesture will cheer Mr. P's heart. Hope his weekend is relaxing and next week less stressful!

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Sharon said...

The love of a girl for her Daddy is so sweet!! They have such unique and wonderful ideas about how to cheer someone up.

My daughter has always made birthday banners and hung them around the dining room with balloons for my hubby's birthday. :)

Candy :) said...

Hi MIV
This was cute :)

Yes, I have a book like the one Im giving my Mom for her b-day.It was good, as is all E. George's book. I can honestly say I loved every one of her books.

Hugs
Candy :)

SweetAnnee said...

What a sweet girl
Daddy will love it!
Hope you all have a GREAT weekend..
hugs, Deena

Mrs. U said...

What a thoughtful daughter!!! Miss Bonnie is wonderful!!

His,
Mrs. U

Storybook Woods said...

Oh that so warms my heart. Clarice

Lallee said...

That is so sweet! And that is the difference in boys and girls. I don't think my sons would have ever thought of something like this :-P