We were into winter and wishing we had some snow so we made some with cornstarch and lotion. It's really really fun to mold and if you leave your lotion in the fridge or freezer beforehand it's nice and cold and snowy!
Auntie Kaity had come to visit and she knew how to make cake pops so we whipped up some monster ones that were so cute and tasty! Lot's of fun if you ever get the chance to make them.
This is little brother Bubby/Brutus/Bruce Illest/or Jackson painting with watercolors since I figured it was the hardest for him to eat lol.
Some fizzy soapy glittery experiment that we had way too much fun with we couldn't stop concocting new colors and variations of ingredients, thank you to Susie who sent me the idea!
This lovely spring day we went to help Gramma feed the tortoises. Bubby was so excited to pet one until it wanted a nibble of his shoe haha.
Jim and Susie sent the boys some sidewalk paint in their Easter package and we had a blast painting the driveway. The neighbors came over to comment how beautiful our driveway was. It lasted a while until we had an unusual rainstorm; what is with this weather anyway?
Another springtime crafty craft! Making our own birdbath/feeder it turned out so beautiful and it's one of my favorite projects they've done!
Bored and in the kitchen we made rainbow spaghetti!
Biggs squish art! We went to a dollar store and bought two frames for each squish art. Two frames make one, put paint down on the glass and put another piece of glass on top and it squishes the paint together it really makes unique paintings. The two glass usually fit back into the one frame, voila!
Bubby's squish art! Oh and both boys picked out their own colors that was interesting to see how they mixed and blended some colors that I wouldn't think to put together. They came out so pretty!
It's about that time to order our caterpillars again (waiting for this odd weather to decide what it wants) and we wanted to make some butterfly pictures with some bowtie pasta that we always have on deck. Biggs is the bottom one and I helped Bubby with the top.
Rich and I have been reading to Biggs since he was about 7 months and he would sit and listen and really enjoy the book and pictures (Bubby is a different story) so when he told me that he would like to get into the Goosebumps series I knew he'd be able to sit and listen to a chapter book with no pictures. We are currently reading a new one since we finished his first one. This is what he was inspired to draw after finishing the book!
Well you are pretty much caught up! We made this Cherry Blueberry pie on Friday!
If you made it this far than we thank you for sharing all our fun with us! Hopefully see you next month with more pictures and projects!
P.S. I don't know why the last few pics and text are all wonky I tried to fix it but... sorry.