Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Mamatography week 41

9/28. 10 O'Clock
9/28. 10'o'clock
This was not actually taken at 10, it was only 9:45, but Davis has been staying up later lately because of teething and night weaning, and apparently, night weaning.

9/29. Gold
9/29. Gold

9/30. Found
9/30. Found
Moira knocked her pot over while glazing it in class, so we got to remake it at home. The teacher made a little kit for us with all the material's we needed. And the second time around, Moira had much more patience for her own abilities.

10/1. Something Colorful
10/1. Something Colorful
Davis was playing with the moon sand and ended up rubbing all over his eyes. This angry face is because I insisted on cleaning it out, so he looked a little less like he had pink eye.

10/2. Light
10/2. Light
I've been having trouble keeping Davis entertained while Moira and I are doing something, without her abandoning our project to play and fight with Davis, so I decided to take it easy and just make some play dough. The first one we tried was corn starch and dish soap, and I thought it was really cool. Moira was less impressed, but they both really liked cleaning up and it did a great job cleaning the built up residue of clay and other things off the play dough tools.

10/3. You Today
10/3. You Today
I got to spend the morning hemming my costume and watching tv on my computer. So nice.

10/4. In Motion
10/4. In Motion
Moira woke up wanting to have a home day, so we cancelled our plans. We did end up going out to lunch with my Mom to a place that gave the kids some pizza dough to play with while we were waiting for our food. It tied in well with our play dough week.

mtbadge2This post is part of the Mamatography 2013 Project with Diary of a First Child and Momma Jorje.
We are taking (at least) a photo a day to keep a record of our year. Join us at any point during the year and start sharing your own daily photos!

Also linked up at Hobo Mama and NPN.

2 comments:

  1. I love how serious and focused Moira is on her pot, what a great project. My kids love moon sand too, and like play dough you can make it at home super easyl!

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  2. That is brilliant to give kids something to do while waiting for food. I'll testify that a few crayons just don't hold attention long enough.

    Can't wait to see your costume!

    That play dough sounds cool.

    Loving how luminous the sink & pottery pictures are!

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