Skip to main content

What My Kids Have Been Wearing



This afternoon I hear Big Buddy ask, "what this red stuff on the floor? Oh, it's coming from my foot!" I send him to bathroom to wash it off and as I'm bandaging it up I ask him what he stepped on. He looks at my confused so I ask again, and his response, "I don't know, I'm too strong to feel a tiny cut!" These boys sure know how to keep me on my toes! 

shirt: old navy (similar $18), pants: gift (similar $38),
shoes: gymboree (similar $35 or similar $21)



Lately, Little Lady has made some funny remarks about Jeremy's hair. The other day she was brushing his hair and told him that he had "tangled" hair. He thought she was saying it was hard to comb, but when he asked her about she said "like the tangled movie!" Then the other day he told her he was going to shave his whiskers and she was completely aghast, "are you going to be a boy?"
Jeremy tried to explain,  "no I am going to stay a daddy." Little Lady still confused, "but daddy's keep their whiskers on!"

shirt: old navy, dress worn as a skirt: gift (similar $15), shoes: gap (similar $14)


You wouldn't guess it by looking at this kid but he loves to eat! Around ten today he asked for another snack, to wish I said, "no, you've already had breakfast and a snack." His response, "mommy, didn't you know that was just a warm up." I'm pretty sure I'm raising a future hobbit. 

suspenders: target, shirt: thrift (similar $16), pants: gift (similar $18)
shoes: gymboree (similar $35 or similar $21)

Comments

  1. Your kids are so adorable! I love that suspender outfit the best!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Ashley! I'm a huge fan of the suspenders too, Mini Man decided he ok with them once somebody showed him how to snap them :)

      Delete

Post a Comment

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment - you make me smile :)

Popular posts from this blog

Preschool Syllabus: Dr. Seuss

Normally I'd do a Dr. Seuss unit in March around his birthday. We had to do one now though because on Saturday Big Buddy and I going on a date to a  Dr. Seuss exhibit . The exhibit is only at the museum until January and I'm afraid if we don't go now we might not get the chance. We are of course reading lots of Dr. Seuss's books. A great advatage to studying Dr. Seuss in November rather than March is that all his books were available at the library. I also found a great children's biography which is perfect for preschoolers. Pebble First Biographies: Dr. Seuss  We've read it a couple times and Big Buddy loves reciting all the facts he's learned WRITING CENTER ADDITIONS big buddy's name in sand paper letters, coloring pages  & mazes from seussville.com skills practiced: fine motor, letter recognition, creativity,  reading comprehension LEARNING "TRAYS" -   I rotate these, setting out about four a day from which the boy&#

Paint Chip Word Families

We haven't been doing a ton of school work this summer but we have tried to fit in a little reading practice everyday. We are currently working our way through Bob Books and The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading - I  highly recommend both. I saw this idea for paint chip word families on Pinterest several months ago and knew it would be one we'd have to try. I changed it up a little bit so that the the strips pulled through the word family cards.   My supplies: large white paint chips, various colors of paint chips, sharpie, scissors, and an x-acto knife all my paint chips are from ace hardware  Step 1: Because my colored paint chips were so wide I folded and cut them in half. Step 2: In the center of the white paint-chip, use the x-acto knife to cut two openings, at the top and bottom of the white square, the width of the color strip.  Step 3: Use the sharpie to write letters on paint chips (a list of word families can be found h

A Little Red Cardboard Barn

We've finished our farm unit and are moving on to a new theme tomorrow - but before we do I wanted share the barn we made. The wooden farm animals came with a beautiful handmade ark that we gave Big Buddy for Christmas a couple years ago.  I would someday love to have a wood barn but it's currently not in the budget. So in the mean time we decided to improvise and make our own.  I stumbled upon this perfectly sized milk box (4 gallons per box) while subbing and thought it would be sturdy enough to handle play. Hubandie and the boys used an x-acto knife and wood glue to build a barn shape. to get the doors to fold out hubandie used an x-acto knife and scored the inside of the cardboard We then painted with a basic primer and outlined a window and a door with painters tape. cardboard is very porous so priming is a must if you want decent coverage Big Buddy however insisted that we add more windows so it looked like the barn in our book The Big