Friday, August 22, 2008

Oh my... she did it!




Por supuesto que siempre llega el momento en que aprenden. No me cabía la menor duda. Pero hace tanta ilusión cuando consiguen lo que han estado tanto tiempo intentando... Este verano la Princesa Mermelada ha aprendido a saltar a la cuerda.

Of course, it comes a time when they all learn. I hadn't the slightest doubt. However I can't help but being delighted to see she's acomplished what she was trying hard. This summer Princess Mermelade has learnt how to jump rope.

16 comments:

la casita de wendy said...

hola! si, mandanos un mail con las instrucciones, please!! casitadewendy@yahoo.com

gracias!!!

Marie-Louise said...

Congratulations to your daughter (and to her proud mother). The times flyes and our children grow up. Have a nice weekend!

karina said...

Felicitaciones a la Princesa Mermelada!!!!!!

Itxaso said...

Qué ilusión que por fin lo haya conseguido... Zorionak, Princess Mermelade!

A partir de ahora comentario semanal ;)

Muxu

Rina said...

es tan lindo saltar a la soga! me encantaba hacer eso de chica, voy a volver hacerlo.

aimee said...

those little milestones are the most important :)

Mrs.French said...

B has been trying for about a month now. At this point he just moves the rope around really fast.

Mallinkowa said...

Gratulations :)

Aran said...

zorionak princess mermelade... esas pequenas cosas son las que cuentan en la vida... que gozada.

lisa s said...

i used to love jumping rope....

raining sheep said...

Excellent, and what a great way to immortalize the moment.

Stardust said...

Yay Princess Mermelade! Cute photos. Esti, this reminded, we don't even own a jumping rope! Will they tease her when she starts preschool next year? One year to fix this ; )

♥ Tiny Red said...

congrats a la principesa! :)

FruensWerk said...

Know this feeling...YES I did IT...:D:D:D Looking good...

comfies said...

such nice images too!

Jill said...

one of the best parts of being a parent is seeing your children work hard to accomplish something that makes them happy!! i love these two photos for the simplicity of the composition and for what they represent!