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Welcome my name is Sherri. I am a follower of Jesus. I have been blessed to be the wife to my best friend Markiel. I am a mother to my tween son Amari and my preschool daughter Sanai. By God's grace I have found true joy in serving my family in our home. Even amongst all the everyday craziness I know this where God has called me to be. I learn something new everyday. I also recently became a part time bible teacher at my daughter's preschool. So I have the best of both worlds.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Click Chicks Challenge:Handwriting

Lately I have tried to do my research on photography. 
As a blogger having quality photos is important. 
I'm slowly learning and trying 
to implement the tips I learn.

The fun part is my hubby always had an 
interest in photography, 
he even took a class once in NYC.
So now it's a hobby 
that we can do together.

That is why I love being a part of the 

Hosted by Mrs.Tee@MrsTeeLoveLifeLaughter.com,
Krystal@krystalskitsch.com, and
It gives me a chance to slowly improve 
on my photography skills, as well as 
sharpen my eye for a good shot.
Plus the weekly prompts make it so easy & fun.

This weeks prompt is 
That was pretty easy for me.
I only had to look as far as my fridge 
for the inspiration shot.
My three year old daughter is in preschool 
and for the last couple weeks 
what have they been practicing?

Now there is a little story behind this photo. 
Originally when my daughter brought it home 
I was impressed, but...

I wasn't exactly sure if she had written this on her own, 
or with the help of one of her teachers. 
So I asked her and she said, "myself."
To be honest I had a hard time believing her since, 
I've never seen her do this before and then, 
there was that smiley face that looked 
a little too perfect.

So being the crazy mama that I am
I just had to know so,
I asked the teacher the next day.

The teacher explained first they write 
the children's names with a blue marker. 
Then on their own the children will trace 
over it with the pink marker.
The teacher then gives them a smiley face 
for their good work. 

After all of that I made sure to humbly 
praise my daughter for her good work. Lol!

I hope you liked my photo. I'm looking forward to next week.

Be Blessed!


  1. That's so sweet! My daughter is going to be 3 in September. I need to start helping her to write too :) Love it~

    1. Hi LeSha I haven't even started practicing with her at home yet. I guess if I did I would have known about her writing skills. Lol! The teacher told me to use that type of lined computer paper. I was thinking where in the world am I supposed to get that old type of paper. Thanks for visiting & commenting. ~Sherri

  2. That's very good writing skills for a 3 year old. In this age of computers and iPods, it is good to see our children learning the basic of handwriting. My son is 4 and he loves to write, but some of his letters are always written backward, when I try to correct him, he said I like to write like this Mamma. Now who am I to stop him.

    Peace to you.

  3. Hi Elissa thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate your comment. That age is fun. If your son is anything like my daughter, he is trying his hardest to be independent. Here's a popular phrase I will hear her say, "I can do it!"
    I just sit back and let her figure it out. ~Sherri

  4. So adorable! Thanks for joining us and hope to see you this week...the prompt is GREEN :D

    1. Thanks Tiffany! Green...hmmm I gotta think about that one. ~Sherri


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