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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Moon Wagon

We were gifted an old moon wagon with our Craigslist trunk purchase last week. As much as I wanted to put it away somewhere special for display as it is an antique, I remembered yet again that we can't take any of this stuff with us. So, I finally gave in to the begging from the little ones and let them play with it. They have been having a blast!
 

7 comments:

Brenda said...

What a treasure! The wagon ... the fun playing with it ... the big smiles enjoying it! That's beautiful! :D

Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

Their smiles are so precious...I can't help but join them. (Thank you for letting them enjoy the Moon Wagon...how awesome is that?)

Dicky Bird said...

That is a neat wagon, never seen one like it - and I'm a junk dealer :) Good choice, the memories they will have playing with it are priceless.

*~*~*~*~Tonia said...

I LOVE it!!I dont hav emany things that just sit around even if they are old... I know a lady whose house is FULL of antiques and all they do is sit and look pretty. It literally looks like a museum.. I always think its just stuff... What good is it when your family cant visit and your grandkids cant crawl around and enjoy time with you because you are afraid of breaking their stuff?? People are so much more important than stuff.

nlakavage said...

My 5 sisters and I used to have a moon wagon as children. I've often thought of that wagon and wished I could have another one. Thanks for the memories!

Diana said...

I got an orange one for christmas when I was a kid wish I still had it or where to get one I wish I knew who they were made by

Diana said...

Wish I knew who made them I had an orange one as a child loved it.