This was one crazy, fun busy week.
Someone finagled me into buying this giant inflatable fish at the grocery store.
Dave and Busters.
Harry ran out of coins in about 10 minutes flat. So then he just pretended to play.
What to get with all those tickets?
Crazy straw glass were a must.
Field trip to the science museum.
Playing pool for the first time and he won. Must be beginners luck.
Harry interviewed a remarkable octogenarian for a paper for school.
Volunteering to help organize the library at my son’s school reminded me of my childhood obsession. I couldn’t get enough of these Nancy Drew books.
Don’t ask. Seriously. This is somehow Harry working on his paper for school. hmmm..
He is so funny.
Drawing a mean, angry squid.
The purple colored squid doesn’t look so scary and mean.
Something is wrong in the universe. Raja is on Moomba’s tower. This is just pure trouble.
Enjoying his favorite drink – a Fanta at our favorite Burger joint.
We created a list of things Harry needed and wanted to accomplish over the weekend (along with a little Hangman). Please notice his “Drive Mom Crazy.”
Wondering what to do with all those Fourth of July photos? Cubes are a great way to go. These cubes incorporate Fourth Of July’s over several years.
You might also add photos of:
- details on bikes
You can pick up 2″ blocks at Michael’s, print some photos, find some red,white and blue paper, and adhere it all the blocks. Quick, easy and a fun decoration to add your summer decor.
Harry hiding at the slight mention of a haircut. Seriously?
Sword fights with friends.
My boys singing to Johnny Cash’s ” Ring of Fire” at a karaoke party.
Making “Magic Mud” for a science experiment at school. Extracting the starch from the potatoes.
The leftover starch which creates the mud.
Adding the quinine so it can glow in the dark.
Bending glow-in-the-dark magic mud.
Harry’s own Rainbow Loom design of Rath from Ben 10.