Sure hope that it works.
Tyler needed a Gingerbread Trap for Kindergarten.
It really tapped my creativity.
I gave it tons of thought.
And this is what we came up with.
Papa helped in the logistics of it.
Tyler didn't want to help because he didn't like the smell of the hot glue.
But he persevered, somewhat.
JWS said, "Welcome to the world of boys!"
He was right, they sure don't have the attention span of girls.
In the short hour that it took to make this,
"Watch how fast I can run!"
"When are we going to paint something?"
"Are we going to make popcorn?"
"I can't get the wrapper off of this candy cane"
"Gramma, why do you have this big mess in this house?"
"Who are all these presents for?"
"Can I move them around and find mine?"
"What is all this stuff in the basement?" (Doors)
"Hey, your nativity set is the same as Mommy's"
"Ohhhh, you painted both of them"
"Can we make some cookies?"
I had this "new" cookie press that I found at a yard sale this summer.
Pampered Chef, still in the box, never been used...$5.
I wanted to try it.
What better excuse for them NOT working than two little helpers.
That sure takes the heat off of my cooking skills.
So we tried them.
But they had a blast with it.