I am an avid baby/toddler food maker. I like to make huge batches of meatballs, quiches, tots, fruits, veggies, and muffins. Then I freeze them and we have a month’s worth of food. I made these super healthy tots this weekend and all 3 kids have been gobbling them up.
Crafts, Christmas lists, shopping, and Rudolph. It was a pretty great week!
14. Go to Michael’s and pick out a Christmas craft. Gray picked out a huge Christmas mansion to build.
This week was awesome! We got caught up on some of our activities from last week, and fit in a lot of Christmas fun.
5. Make a gingerbread train. Like I wrote about last week, this thing was a disaster to construct. It was pretty hard to decorate too.
Activity: Salt dough ornaments.
Age of participants: Gray, 2 years 7 months
How we picked it: Gray picked making ornaments while looking at ideas on Pinterest.
Cost: This was (kind of) free. We already had all of the ingredients on hand.
Here’s what we did:
Preheat oven to 250.
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving this year! On Thanksgiving eve, one of my best friends Liam came into town. We took Gray to see The Good Dinosaur and he had a blast! The next day we went to Momo and Poppa’s house for a meal with the whole family. I contributed 2 side dishes to the feast.