Yes folks, this is a crafting post - no you did not come to the wrong blog.
I saw a couple images of this paint chip Easter egg garland around the internet and thought it was super cute and potentially super easy. However, I knew that I did not want to drag 2 kids to the hardware/art store for paint chips and white twine, and figured I could come up with supplies enough at home to make our own version.
Here is our experiment: It is not nearly as clean and pretty looking, but it was a lot of fun (I know right?!?!) and Sean is pretty proud of his creation. There might be something to this crafting thing after all . . . . maybe this isn't my last crafting post.
We have had some incredible visitors during our time down here, Aunt Stacey, Nana, and most recently Uncle Tim and Aunt Alicia! Thanks all for coming to visit us.
I failed to mention in the last post that many of "my pictures" were actually taken by Tim or Alicia (oops). Here are a few more they took that are adorable: Tim and Alicia also got to come to Sean's flag football class last weekend. Uncle Tim helped Sean out on the field a bit: (some of these were also taken by Tim or Alicia)
Molly wanting in on the action:
That's my kid - the one paying attention, ready position.
that's my kid: the one not really stretching. He actually came over right before and told me he didn't want to stretch. It took some major convincing to get him out there.
hugs for Uncle Tim for helping
Sean in action, running a route. Don't worry, none of the kids caught a pass.