Thursday, December 10, 2009

Trains



30 comments:

SkylersDad said...

Beutifulishish!

blueviolet said...

Are those Brio? They look familiar to me. I remember those magnetic connectors. :)

Marian said...

she is the prettiest girl ever! darling thank you so much for your amazing comment on the Wendy interview. Her work really speaks for itself.
Darling i have a new site, my blog has all the info on it.
big kiss
xx
marian

diane said...

Chris: Been hitting the sherry?

Blueviolet: They're Thomas the Tank Engine wooden trains.

Green-Eyed Momster said...

I love those kind of trains!! She could sell those trains she's so, very cute!!

Hugs!!

diane said...

Marian: You moved again? I'll check it out. Your friend, Wendy, is very nice, btw.

Tracey: Those pics DO look like a train ad, come to think of it. You crack me up.

Mr. Charleston said...

I love kids with new toys. They're so in to it. Can't wait 'til my grandkids get here for Christmas.

diane said...

Mr. C: Ooo, I suddenly reminded myself of Fonzie in Happy Days, when I addressed you that way, ha. Anyways, I can't wait for Christmas too. I think we have a lot in common.

Gary Heller said...

Oh those are so cool!! i remember my uncle getting me this incredible little wood train set similar to that. I think it was made from various hardwoods, it was quite something. There were about seven cars and a caboose. I would lay on the floor pulling the train around just imagining it running along in real life. . .
These kind of toys are some of the best in developing our imaginations.
Loved your comment and thanks for not being afraid to be cornered by someone like myself LOL

WendyB said...

Adorable!

Jocelyn said...

This should be called "Trains and BIG EYES."

I discovered many fun things after having kids...magnetic trains being one of the many.

Jenna said...

So jealous you used to work for Chanel! These trains remind me of when I was a little girl :)

diane said...

Gary: I never knew the joy of trains until I had my grand daughter. I was into cars. I got a cool visual in my head of you as a little boy playing with trains. I agree with you about simple toys developing imaginations.

Wendy: Well hey there again!

Jocelyn: Big eyes run in the family. Unfortunately, mine only get big when I'm surprised.

Jenna: Working for Chanel was great, I must admit. But working for Shiseido was better, I was very dedicated and didn't want to leave when I was offered a promotion with Prescriptives.

Dr Zibbs said...

Awww. Cute.

diane said...

Jim: I agree.

Joanna Jenkins said...

I love seeing that sweet face in my sidebar :-) She's angelic :-)

Have a great weekend.
xo

drollgirl said...

ah, it looks like so much fun!

hope your weekend is SUPER!

diane said...

Joanna: Thanks. I love her more than words can say.

Drolly: Have a great week-end honey. Have hot festive drinks and goodies. xo

Isabel said...

Aww, she is just precious!

Kata Wagner Berg said...

She is soooo cute

Natalie said...

gorgeous pics, such a beautiful little girl! :)

xoxo

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Miss Eve said...

Just sooooo cute :-)

Hope you have a lovely weekend dear Diane, cheers: Evi

Iva said...

she is such a cutie!! My son stares at Thomas like too ;)

Dominica said...

She looks so pretty !

The Man Who Knew Too Much said...

What an absolute cutie!!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

PS I'm heading out of town for the week and won't have Internet access. I'll catch up with you when I get back.

xo

diane said...

Isa, Kata, Natalie, Evi, Iva, Domi, & Dennis: Thank you. Did you know that all of your names grouped together make you sound like a 60's rock band?

Joanna: Have a great time. See you when you get back. xo

The Concrete Commentator said...

awwww.. so cute! Happy Holidays to you!

diane said...

CC: Thank you, and right back at cha!

Middle Aged Woman said...

Brio trains (and the knock-offs) always made me as happy as they made my kids, so many moons ago.