Thursday, October 01, 2009

Sad and Happy Chart

One of the awesome things hanging around our red dining room table this week is the Sad and Happy Chart. You can see Hazel has drawn a happy and a sad face for everyday of the week. Each day she chooses a happy or sad face to circle depending on how her day has been. On Wednesday she circled both--but then it appears that she erased the word sad and the teary face. I know she had originally circled sad, because after Parley pulled her hair, she came crying up the stairs asking where her Sad and Happy Chart was. She's made one for Parley too, and reminds him to circle a face. Circle a happy face for me every time I run into this chart.


11 comments:

Teachinfourth said...

How does one go about getting said chart? Also, what kind of guarantee comes along with it?

Lindsey said...

Please don't tell me that A Week In Hazel's Note's is over. Now I need to find MY Happy/Sad Chart to document that I am sad.

Hazel, you are the best! I love you so much!!

Kim said...

I adore sweet Hazel. Can you please pack her up and bring her to Ohio for a visit? Please? I promise to provide homemade Buckeyes. Bring the whole family! :) I will circle my happy face if you do! :)

megan said...

Hazel is so very cute. I love the chart. I need one. Can she be hired for a kit kat?

When I pulled up to my parents' the other day she was up in your front window drawing a flower in the frost, and then when I left Parley was up drawing too. They gave me a big grin. Wish we got frosty windows for our kids to draw on.

Tamsin said...

When I have children, can I send them over to your house so some Hazel, Parley and Julian can rub off on them? Although perhaps don't let Parley's nasal regions rub off on my kids.

Ginna said...

OK, that's pretty much the cutest thing I've ever seen. She is adorable!

The Despot said...

hey, megan, check it out.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jedwells/3970661092/

Sue said...

I love the chart. And I'm liking the child pretty well, too. What a character she must be!

Kim said...

I pretended that my name was Megan!

I love the pictures, Jed!

megan said...

Jed, The photos are perfect. I love the one of Parley with his reflection in the window, and the one of Hazel writing "I love." Her fingers are still little and sweet. Nice job.

So glad I got a peak of them doing that the other day. Jayne, you have the cutest kids. Missed playgroup, dang-it! Next week.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to pretend that I'm Megan too so that I can look at the photos. :)
I think you'd better have a weekly feature of Hazel's notes, Jayne. I will miss them for sure!
Grandma Lisa