Teepee for little girls


My husband and I had a lovely visit with our granddaughter, Larabella. She’s growing so quickly so every time we visit we feel very blessed. Our over an hour trip home is filled with reminiscing of all the little milestones she’s made; crawling, first steps behind her walker, babbling words, recognising us and the day after – her first tooth.

I’d recently bought Homes Plus magazine and there was a step-by-step guide to making your own teepee. I though, yes I can make that for Larabella. I’ve been pipped at the post, however, because she already has the most adorable teepee, plus a rocking horse that matches. Don’t you think it’s adorable?

If you like the look of this buy the magazine because it looks easy to do. I’m still going to make one for her to use when she visits her Nana and Poppy. If it works I’ll post it later for you all to see.

Larabella's rocking horse and teepee.

Larabella’s rocking horse and teepee.

Larabella loves reading her books in her teepee.

Larabella loves reading her books in her teepee.

More books for Larabella.

More books for Larabella.

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About donnadmunro

Donna Munro is an author, freelance writer, blogger, graphic artist, content writer, book marketer, administrator, web editor and book reader. She's been published in Take Five, The Australian Woman's Weekly, For Me, She, That's Life, Woman's Day and Club Life (as well as smaller publications). She recently formed Warm Witty Publishing to self publish her debut novel 'The Zanzibar Moon', because she's too impatient to wait any longer. Donna lives on the Gold Coast with her husband, youngest son and the weirdo Staffy Mahli. She adores being a grandmother but still feels young. She often joins her husband's pool cleaning business, just for fun (but is unsure if she's all that helpful). She keeps fit and has a fondness for elephants (she sponsors Tundani in Kenya) and owls. You'll often find her digging her toes in the sand while reading a novel at the beach.

Posted on October 20, 2014, in Family life and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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