Crock A Doodle!

Travel can be hectic.  My SweetGirl and I recently had the opportunity to spend three fun nights at the Blue Mountain Resort in Collingwood while she competed in a Dance Competition, and I was determined to make the very most of it!  We had hot chocolate dates, spent obscene amounts of money at the candy store, took long walks through the village, stayed up too late watching TV, and perhaps best of all spent more than two solid hours creating some masterpieces at Crock A Doodle.  A place to pick a piece of pottery and let your creative energy flow.  Or for me, more a place to relax, chat and just have fun.

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I loved every single minute of it.  There is something kind of magical about a couple of uninterrupted hours of one on one quality time with you daughter.  I hope she knows how much joy she brings me.  I treasure the opportunities to make these memories, and can’t wait to see what adventure we tackle next!

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Comments

  1. That looks like so much fun!

  2. Have a gift card I need to use for them …it does look like fun! 🙂

  3. I have seen a few bloggers having friend/daughter dates recently at their local pottery (? is that what I would call it?) locations..

    I am in love with the idea of doing the same with a few girlfriends of mine! YEARS back I went with a few gals and we had a blast – it would be fun to do it again!

    Glad to hear you had a great time with your daughter!

  4. I still have the mugs I did with my children years ago at our equivalent, here in London…they hold lovely memories of quality time spent with my little ones – when they were little !!

  5. This sounds and looks like it was a fun time 🙂

  6. I have been wanting to take my daughter to one of these pottery making things. I think it would be a lot of fun.

  7. We love to add activities like these when travel takes us to competitions and sporting events with the kids–adds something fun to enjoy with their hard work!

  8. Sounds like it was perfect!

  9. Oh time with our girls there is nothing better:) B

  10. That is a lot of fun

  11. cute! can’t wait to get crafty with our little peanut 🙂

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  13. LOVE crock a doodle! We painted ds’s hand and put it on a mug there – its a great keepsake of his baby days.

  14. How fun to have such special mom-daughter time! I’d love to try one of those pottery painting places sometime — they look like a lot of fun.

  15. I can’t believe that I’ve never done this with my girls…I’ve always wanted to!!

    Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  16. Wonderful! So great to have that special time for just the two of you

  17. Wow what great idea,that is cute!! You are right it is special to spend one on one with daughters. Have a great week
    Karren

  18. What a fun time! I would be in heaven to relax a weekend and doing pottery would be the topping.

  19. creative!!! wow!

  20. My sisters and I took all our girls to an art studio last year to paint ceramics and it was so much fun. Bonding time with the girls is so important!

  21. We really did have the sweetest time!

  22. Wow. Looks like she had a lot of fun. I loved pottery when I was a teen. It was so satisfying to be able to bring home something I made that could be used daily.

  23. i love crock a doodle. when i was pregnant with #2 . he was due christmas eve. money was tight and i had no interest in shopping around with 2 yo and bump. we made 3 trips to crock a doodle and made gifts for all grandparents and daddy. that was it. christmas was done everything was on budget and everyone loved their gifts. best part, i got to relax while little lady had a blast being creative.

  24. these types of activities are lots of fun

  25. That looks like SO much fun! 😀 Stopping by from UBP (finally, I know–was on vacation!). Have a great day!

  26. This looks like such a good time! A great way to spend a day with your kids!

    thanks for sharing

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

  27. Looks like lots of fun!

  28. That looks like so much fun 🙂

  29. Victoria Ess says:

    This is such a great activity for bonding, and I’m glad you two had a good time! I recently went with my partner, and it would definitely be fun family activity.

  30. I think Lolo and I could go paint pottery weekly and never tire of it. So much fun and you have something to hold in your hands to remember the sweet time together.
    XO

  31. kathy downey says:

    When my daughter was young we use to paint all the time,i have done a few paintings over the years but due to MS painting is too difficult now…but those were the fun day !

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