When I was a kid I was fascinated with the outdoors. I would spend all summer outside,carrying a backpack full of essentials including my favorite doll, a Tupperware cup full of homemade lemonade, colored pencils, book, and notebook. I am sure I had a first aide kit of sorts in there as well as some natural books and other things that seemed necessary to being out in the woods.Read More
Category: Learning Disabilities
The plan worked better in theory .
Loosely based on my kids who love building Rube Goldberg machines and often have slightly odd theories about how things work. In this case instead of a Rube Goldberg machine I used my son’s ball track–which also often works better in theory than in actuality. And this is one of my kids’ favorite way to do things, planning out outlandish activities then testing their theories.
I couldn’t decide between color and black and white–the color is just colored pencil because watercolors wouldn’t work with this paper.
Yes, I have been doing doodles each day but haven’t gotten them posted due to household issues–not only is Rachel less than great but my husband is in pain with an injured back and muscle spasms. So much has been going on that I shipped the other two to Grandma’s house. 🙂