I saw a "wet stained glass" pin on pinterest and decided to try it with Noah. We had a lot of fun, but I think he's still a little too young for it. He'll be a year old next month, and I think we'll try this one again when he's a little older.
We were able to make this a 3 part project. First we ripped up the paper while going over our colors, then we did the stained glass, then we glued the pieces to the picture of our tree when they dried and fell off of the window.
I've always loved the sock monkey, now I have my very own!
Not only do I love these pictures because he's absolutely adorable here, but it was by far one of my favorite days since we've been a family.
Welcome to motherhood...Second time in a row Noah pooped in his towel as soon as I took him out of the bath. I love my munchkin!
My friend and I were pregnant for the first time together. After I had my baby, she, still pregnant, asked me when it finally "hit" me that I was going to be a mom. I looked down at my 3 week old and said "I'll let you know."
When did it "hit" you? When did you finally feel like a "real" parent? What is your first or favorite "Holy cow, I'm a parent" moment?
Due Jan 23, 2014, born Dec 16. 2013 on his daddy's birthday! At 6 weeks early he spent only 2 days 1 night in the NICU.
I am the proud Mommy of 2 under 2, a wife, and an artist. My son has loved coloring, painting and drawing since he could hold/eat a marker. My daughter LOVES watching from her bouncy seat and will be getting messy with us in the very near future. I’m blessed to have the opportunity to be a stay at home mom, and be able to play with, create with and teach the littles.