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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Our Snow Day Activities

Denver was hit pretty hard last weekend with a big snow storm that ended up keeping all of us home for a whole day! 

 YAY SNOW DAY!!

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 We got a good foot of snow but had some drifts on our deck of 22 inches! CRAZY!!

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 We had a great time just cuddling, playing, watching the snow fall and painting pictures for the grandparents for Valentine's Day. 

 Jude really enjoyed painting, he is just like his daddy! Such an artist!!

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 He was undressed and ready to PAINT!! Check out my canvas' mom!

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Adorable little artist hard at work. Masterpieces if you ask me! :O) I am glad that Jude liked doing this and I cannot wait to do more painting and art activities with him now. It is so much fun doing these activities with him!

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 All done! He was very proud! 
 We will be gifting these to each set of grandparents for Valentine's Day from Jude. I think they will love them! 

 Okay, now I need more ideas for crafts! What have you tried with your toddler?

5 comments:

  1. That snowfall is crazy!! I cannot believe that I live in MN and we don't have any snow on the ground. It's been such a weird winter! The artwork is adorable!

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  2. The snow was awesome! Love the art idea project! Where did you get those awesome canvas' and what type of paint did you use?

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  3. Ohh my that is a lot of snow! Great activity to do though on a inside day. I found you from the "I Love My Online Friends" Blog hop. Hope you can visit my blog at www.lucasandmahina.com.

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  4. I don't know if it counts as a craft, but my kids love to paint the snow. I fill spray bottles with super diluted liquid watercolor (food coloring would work, too), then send them outside to make a picture.

    Again, not really a craft, but Sadie is a huge fan of play-doh. She needs help rolling it out, but once it's flat she enjoys smashing things into it (fingers, cookie cutters, plastic knife and fork, etc).

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  5. I love those. Everyone who sees my Jude art in the hall loves it all. So precious.

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