If it looks like playdoh it probably tastes like it too
So it's been a busy week...
- Websites launched: 1
- Businesses officially started: 1
- Times woken in the night by small people: lost count
- Amount of time spent preparing for craft fayre in two days time: less than 1 hour
- Amount of time spent worrying about the above: approx 20 hours
- Best comment from Aubrey: "Mummy I'm going to be really well behaved another day" Me "Can you be well behaved today?" Aubrey "no"
#makemehappy week 6: Vehicle trails
We didn't get around to our #makemehappy activitity until yesterday and it was an absolute disaster! 'No cook chocolate and peanut butter cookies'...yes in hindsight the clue was in the name - I thought 'that't too good to be true'...and it was! Basically felt, looked and tasted of playdoh...(it goes without saying that Aubrey still ate them - is it bad that I let him have two??) Anyway long story short; if it looks, feels and smells like playdoh (and not just any playdoh but BROWN playdoh), it probably tastes like it too.
Instead we did some drawing with toy vehicles this afternoon which I am happy to report was a big success - I'd definitely reccommend it :)
What you need:
- large sheet of paper or lots of bits stuck together (the bigger the better)
- pens that haven't had the life drained out of them by your toddler who always presses them so hard they last about a week
- chunky toy vehicles with a flat area you can tape the pens to
- a willing small person who won't completely ignore your instruction to "not draw on the actual floor!"
Aubrey's comment after 25 minutes:
"Wow that was so cool! Can I watch Paw Patrol now?"