Wednesday, February 24, 2010

My Super Cute Goofballs!

Here they are at some of the finest moments this past week. Caleb, well, I am not real sure what he is - half handy man half robot? A handy robot, maybe? Still, just too cute! Look at that smile!
Noah is doing his thing. Making up some sort of obstacle/sport and making it hard and complicated to test his super human skills. Here he is practicing some very skilled bowling moves. If you look real close you can see the hockey stick in the picture. It has become a regular in my TINY kitchen!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

A little Sisterly Love

My church is having their annual Ladies Retreat this weekend. A couple of weeks ago they put a plea for homemade items for door prizes. I was happy to oblige.

- This tote bag is very close to staying with me. It turned out way better than I thought it would. This has now been added to my "to-do" list for ME!

- The frame: all I can say is I LOVE modpodge and scrapbook paper!

- What girl can say no to a cute little zippered pouch? Especially one that has yummy bath products inside? NOT ME!

Monday, February 15, 2010

My Valentine's Roundup

Hope you all had such sweetness on V-Day. How great we got to celebrate such a day of love on the Lord's Day. When He is the one with more love for us than anyone or anything.

Here is our Valentine's in my Valentine Day roundup.......

Friday, February 12, 2010

Elephant Toothpaste

My kids love science and knowing how things work. Noah's preschool teacher loves science too so she and Noah are always into something - she even brought in an old clock radio to let Noah and his mates "take it apart". Well, put some cool piece of electronic equip. in front of boys and say "here ya go!" well, taking apart becomes obliterate the clock radio!
Ms. Angie told us of this website with great science experiments for kids. Most use common household ingredients that you would already have on hand. So use your BFF, google, and check out Steve Spangler.
We chose to do elephant toothpaste. It is a must and we had the best time doing it. The boys were so serious - check out their "safety goggles"!

Monday, February 8, 2010

One Pretty Thing

So, I love this website. It can almost send you on craft overload, so be cautious.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

N's Valentines

Here are the pics of the finished Valentines (and the crayon hearts after we baked them), as requested. They turned out sooooo cute. Noah is not finished putting them all together. He has 24 classmates, so 24 valentines to address. We agreed to 8/day for 3 days. There are too many other things a 5yr old must do during the day than sit to address an entire set of 24 valentines. These things must be done in increments.
We have just enough for classmates, so another batch has already been requested by and for the boys themselves.