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Nov 21, 2009

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Lilian,

So often I think that Ayanna looks a lot like Josiah. However, after seeing the photo above (of you as a child with your parents), wow - I can see so much more similarity between you and Ayanna - and you as an adult now and your mom! Thank you for sharing more about your culture and memories of your childhood. I am so enjoying your blog, pictures and stories. You are an excellent story-teller!

Hi there - thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm delighted to read yours. One of my best friends is Dutch (she is going to University in Tilburg), and so my time with her and her wonderful family has caused me to reserve a sweet place in my heart for all things Dutch. Lately I've been finding many vintage Dutch items at our local thrift store, and I've been filling our home with them. It it my hope to celebrate Sinterklaas day this year with my children (I even found a pair of old, decorative, wooden Dutch shoes to use). I love your photos of your Sinterklaas day memories! So happy to have found your blog!

Hoi, het zal wel in het nederlands mogen zeker. Ik kom uit Belgiƫ. Jullie leven in NY?? Zaaaaaalig! Ik zie dat je kleine schat ook " de mijter van den Hema' heeft gekregen. Is er een Hema in NY?

lieve creatieve groetjes uit Mol.
Anne

wat was het toch altijd gezellig...met warme chocolade en bisschopwijn( warme wijn)...en jij wilde altijd stokbrood met boursin...geen banketstaaf of marsepijn:-).En dan met de grote mand met cadeautjes voor de openhaard...en de gedichtjes..zo leuk!!Mooie herinneringen.:-)

marsepein bedoel ik:-)..en..bisschopswijn....oei...foutje

(thank you for sharing this touching story and adorable photo of you as a little girl! i so enjoy reading about other countries tradition around Christmas). Ayanna is beautiful!

Dank u voor het delen van dit ontroerende verhaal en aanbiddelijke foto van u zoals een klein meisje! ik zo geniet van lezing over andere landtraditie rond Kerstmis. Ayanna is mooi!

wat een prachtige kleine uitvoering van de Sint rijdt er in jullie huis rond!!

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