Wednesday, December 18, 2013

A Typical Day

I call this a typical day, but really there is no typical. Ever. So perhaps I should say this was our Monday.

E discovered duct tape as a new art medium and looked up tutorials for ideas. My quilting supplies were re-purposed.

I finished E's Santa hat, so now they can be 'dudes'. Minecraft did a major update, so building roller coasters was the screen time for the day.

Lots of time outside- it has been so nice. Our plasma cars, Ketchup and Mustard, get much use.

The third light of Advent is the light of beasts

All await the birth, from the greatest to the least.

This week we are loving on the birds a bit! Strands of cranberries, and tomorrow a pinecone bird feeder.

I don't know how this fits in- glue dipped yarn wrapped around balloons. They have yet to pop the balloons.

Finished bow tie!

I let e unravel my hat so I could re-use the yarn that a dear friend gave me. Here the new hat is almost finished! Nothing fancy, but it suits me. Also in the pic are the clove oranges we made before breakfast and a few duct tape creations. Bead necklaces strung during quiet time, the tape measure from hanging pictures the day before. This table tells all!

We made Christmas cards out of the nifty folding snowflakes created at a dear friend's house last year.

And I started spinning! I have so much to learn. :) I'm also finishing up e's math squirrels for her math block in January. Pictures to come...they are adorable!


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