#HappyThanksgiving 🦃! Want to see if our choo-choo is right for you and your next event? Join us at the #Gwinnett Historic Courthouse on #Thanksgiving night from 5:30-7:30PM in #Lawrenceville , Georgia.
Bring the #family and enjoy trackless train 🚂 rides as you celebrate the holiday. Our locomotives blow smoke, have comfy leather seats with music 🎶 that plays throughout.
Stay for visits with #SantaClaus (and Mrs. Claus)🎅🤶 — #kids tents will entertain with Face Painting and Whoville Hair. #Food vendors will be on hand with warm beverages ☕ and tasty treats.
//these funky little//retro rads//
//were probably packed in the holiday van//for the family getaway//
//perfect for cubby house//kitchen play//
//I have two sets of four//available//
//set no.1//four cups&saucers//$24 pp//
//the second set comes with a matching//sugar bowl//$30 pp//
//each set listed separately in my store//✌🏻
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//DM for purchase enquiries//
//or//head straight to Etsy to purchase//🙌🏻
Sometimes worries feel like little bubbles inside our mind. We can feel worry in our tummies, brain or pretty much anywhere in our bodies.
Here is a funny activity designed to help your kids let go of worry. It is a visual activity that combines thought and action to assist your kid in letting go. The activity not only helps your kid to visualize worries drifting away, but it also promotes deep breathing as they are blowing the bubbles. Deep breathing automatically sends a message to the body to release, relax and be happy.
Try this fun activity with your kids or call us to entertain this at a play date, event or in your school. For more details send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Find a bottle of bubbles
2. Think about the worry that is bothering you and picture that you are blowing the worry into the bubble as you blow a bubble
3. Picture the worry inside the bubble.
4. Watch it float away and pop, carrying the worry far, far from you.
5. Know that the worry has popped and is outside of you now, unable to bother you any more.
6. Keep blowing bubbles until you feel more calm and relaxed.
7. Have your child Check in with their body. Does it feel more relaxed? Does it feel less worried? Were they able to picture their worries floating away in the bubbles?