I finally got around to unpacking all my nick-nacks last week (it only took 6 months). When I saw all that bubble wrap laying on the floor I knew there had to be something fun to do with it, besides just popping it of course. Then I remembered one of the very first things I pinned on Pinterest…
What a great idea, right!
So, I cut up the bubble wrap into squares, wrote the numbers on the back with a Sharpie and laid them out down the hall. Since Abbi’s feet are so little she got to hop up and down the board before they were all popped. But here’s a tip we discovered early on – wear socks. Sweaty little kid feet have a way of picking up and taking the squares with them with every jump :).
Abigail was a fantastic baby. She never cried – even when she was sick, stayed where I put her to when I would set her down, always happy and smiling. You know, everything that a mom could hope for. I had high hopes for a wonderful, easy going life. Until she turned 3. Then she decided that disobeying was sorta fun and the attitude started. Now every time I use a stern voice she just looks at me and says – in a very sassy voice, “Why are you talking to me like that mom? Or, “You make me so mad when you talk like that!”
So, needless to say, we spend a fair amount of our day in time out. The problem is, she doesn’t really stay there. So, when I saw this idea on Pinterest I knew I had to try it.
I followed the directions just like they suggested. I gathered the supplies: a bottle, some hot water, a bottle of tacky glue and some glitter.
Then I mixed them all together and super Continue reading →