|We have wildlife around here and that includes coyotes, scorpions, rattlesnakes and wild burros! Yes, wild burros! Can you believe it? I was driving by the other day and these people were wanting to feed them. Are they serious? Do they understand that if they get fed, they will keep coming back? Wild burros are dirty and they leave traces of where they’ve been all over the roads. Gross.|
|These are the sweet potato rolls that I made for the women’s Bible study. They were delicious! For the recipe, click here.|
|Sending Christmas cards to deployed troops is fun. You never know who will be blessed by them, but we do know that they will enjoy reading the cards. One movie I like to watch every winter is called “The Christmas Card” and how blessed the soldier was by receiving a card from back home.|
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Are you looking for a super fun, quick, cheap and meaningful craft for a rainy day (like in our case)?
Look no further! Here it is! “God Made All Flowers”
– 1 sheet of construction paper or card stock for each child
– liquid glue
– markers, crayons or both
– cupcake liners (solid colors, with patterns, whatever you have)
– Put on drop of essential oils in the middle of each flower for the children to smell. Using different essential oils for each flower would be super fun.
|A’s finished craft (almost 2 years old)|
|K’s finished craft (almost 4)|
The girls did great and we had lots of fun. S was my teacher’s assistant and loved it.
|It’s finally cold enough to wear leg warmers! Yes!|
|To find the link to this printable, click here.|
No pictures from gym time today, but we had fun playing with hula hoops. We used them as they were meant to be used, trying them around our waists, arms and necks. We jumped through them. We rolled them across the floor. We attempted to ring each other with them 🙂 It was a lot of fun, and the hula hoops will be coming back for an encore performance I’m sure!
Then I laminated them so they can use them as placemats on Thanksgiving. They turned out great and I think I am now addicted to laminating! Ha!
PS The letter I wrote for them on the back says that I am very thankful to God for their lives. 😉