Thursday, 31 March 2016

60. Playing with a ball


This is Philip who you already know - my new Waldorf boy doll.

Today Philip was ready to go outdoors early in the morning. 
He had his woolen hat on and even started putting on his cardigan 
when we both noticed looking at the window panes that they were getting wet with rain.

"No, that's awful. It's raining again.", sighed Philip.


Resigned he turned away from the window and quickly took down the hat from his head.

Don't worry, said I, You can play here at home.
And I showed him something: Look, what lovely blocks they are.
I said that but I too remembered that we planned to go for a big stroll to the lake.

Too bad, I heard him muttered.


Well, maybe..., I thought looking at Philip's tee-shirt, 
...I might make him a ball.

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Ans after some time a colourful little ball lay close 
to the blocks Philip was playing with.


He caught the ball and looked thrilled to try to throw it into the air.








Philip did not worry any more. He was pleased  throwing and catching the ball 
and he even tried to kick the ball. Oh...

What a great play, he repeated.



Finally he sat to have a rest.
(Dolls are sometimes tired too.)



Thanks for dropping by.
I hope you have a lovely week!


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Philip will be looking for a home soon, so stay tuned.




6 comments:

  1. What a wonderful way for Philip to spend a rainy day! So sweet of you to make the colorful ball for him too! Can't wait to see what he'll be doing when spring arrives for good.

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    1. Thank you most kindly.
      I am such a fun of your lovely remarks on my dollies.
      Wishing you a great weekend,
      Krystyna

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  2. He is wonderful, I hope he will find a loving home soon! Good luck !
    Greetings, Annasoer

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    1. That is a very lovely compliment indeed.
      Many thanks Annasoer, wishing you great weekend.
      Krystyna

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  3. seus bonecos continuam maravilhosos !!!!
    lindo este novo !!!

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    1. I am glad to hear from you, Eliane.
      You comments are always a delight to me.
      Many thanks,
      Hugs from Poland.
      Krystyna

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