Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Artsy Play Wednesday--Happy New Year


Amanda,  Kristen, Shannon, and I have really enjoyed hosting Artsy Play Wednesday this past year! There are so many creative and talented bloggers out there who have shared their ideas every week on our linky! We hope you continue to join us every Wednesday to link up your favourite posts.   It was hard to narrow it down, but here are a few of our favorite posts from 2013. Please click through,
read and pin them when your get the chance.  Following the featured posts is the linky and your chance to jump in and share your creative posts.

     Amanda from Multi-testing Mommy brought us these fun Paint Chip Bookmarks.  If you have books to read on your New Year's resolutions and Paint Chip sheets to recycle, snuggle up with your little ones and make some colorful bookmarks.

DIY Paint Chip Bookmarks
 
 
 
     Kristen of Baby Giveaways Galore shared this fun Dinosaur Life Cycle Sensory Bin.  Children love dinosaurs and this bin provides and opportunity for play and education about the life cycle of dinosaurs.
   Dinosaur Life Cycle Sensory Bin
 
     If you are looking for a new way to color your eggs this year, check out this great tutorial from Shannon of Shannon's View from Here and make some vibrant Kool-Aid Eggs.  I imagine they smell wonderful too! 
 
   Kool Aid Eggs
 
 
     This is one of our favorite activities from 2013.  You can save an egg carton now to make this cute Egg Carton Heart with a Candy Kiss nose.  It is fun and easy and makes a cute Valentine's gift from the kids for friends and family.   
  



    If you are looking to start off the New Year in style, try this fun necklace craft from Mama Papa Bubba.  It is a creative craft and a lasting keepsake your children will be proud to wear.

Kid Made Ombre Wooden Beaded Necklace
 
     There are so many great things you can do with Pool Noodles.  Mama to 5 Blessings shares some great new activities you can try at home to teach and play with your little ones.  I love all the bright colors!
 
 
 
     If you have any road trips planned in 2014, you will want to thank We Made That for their great tutorial on how to make Find It Bottles.  These bottles full of hidden surprises will provide your little ones with miles of entertainment!  Check out the tutorial for how to make one.
Find It Bottles
 
 
 
     Keep this fun activity in your back pocket for October of 2014.  Crystal and Company shares a tutorial on how to do a fun pumpkin hunt with your little ones (and maybe you can get all the neighbors involved too!)
 
http://crystalandcomp.com/2013/08/activities-for-kids-pumpkin-hunt/
Pumpkin Hunt
 
 
 
     I was so enchanted when I first saw this picture from Happy Hooligans.  Using a mirror in sensory play with little ones really captures the imagination.  She has so many great ideas.  Check out this post and then stay awhile and find more fun ideas.
 
Sensory Play on a Mirror
 
 
     This is a wonderful activity and way to get organized in 2014 from the Kid Activities Blog.  Your Lego loving child can make this great organizer for pens or pencils.  Your children can use it at home or it would make a great gift for the relatives for many occasions.  Many people love this idea and it has had tons of re-pins on our Artsy Play Wednesday Pinterest Board.
 
Lego Desk Organizer
 
 
 
 
     Saving money and doing great fine motor activities sounds like a fun way to begin the New Year.  Check out Racheous Loveable Learning's post on DIY Fine Motor Montessori Activities for little to no cost.    
 
DIY Fine Motor Montessori Activities
 
 
  
      There is something about children and farms.  They love the tractors, the animals and the ambience.  Craftulate has done a great job capturing this experience in her Small World Farm craft.  I love that she tied it into a visit to an actual farm.  This may be a fun thing to try with your little ones in 2014.  The link to her post to find out how is below.  
 
 
http://craftulate.com/2013/09/farm-small-world/
Farm Small World
 
 
 
 
     If you enjoy making sensory bins for your little ones and seeing their eyes light up as they encounter new textures and vibrant colors, you should check out Little Bins for Little Hands where she specializes in creating sensory bins.  She has so many ideas (including the link below) that are sure to delight your little ones.
Favorite Sensory Bin Fillers
 
 
 
 
      Winter has arrived.  Though, I must admit that here in California it is still in the 70's and it does not feel like Winter yet.  However, we can pretend to have snow by making these fun Melted Bead Snow Flake Ornaments from Playful Learners.  Check out the tutorial on how to do it.  I think it would be fun to hang them throughout the house as Winter décor, now that Christmas has passed.
 
Melted Bead Snowflakes
 
 
 
 
     After you have decided what shades to use to revamp your home in the New Year, don't throw away those paint chip samples.  There are three ideas in this New Year's Roundup post alone about what else you can do with them.  It would be so much fun to recycle them and create a colorful Magnetic Paint Chip Picture Frame. Check out the tutorial on how to make these on My Personal Accent (link below)
Magnetic Paint Chip Picture Frame
 
 
 
     If you are looking for a new way to liven up your summer in 2014, day2day Super Mom has you covered with DIY Outdoor Movie Night.  Check out the tutorial (link below) to find out how to do it.
 
Summer DIY Outdoor Movie Night
 
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    WeWe wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year!





 

Sunday, December 29, 2013

A Holiday Scare

  

      The holidays are a busy time with Christmas cards to write, shopping to do and decorations to place. Our Christmas celebration ended and we were enjoying Grandma and Grandpa's company.  It is always fun when they stay with us.  The Sugar Snaps were delighted to have Grandma and Grandpa's loving attention and enthusiasm. We went to sleep after a nice Christmas Day. Capri and Grayson threw up during the night.  We changed their sheets and took care of them.  The morning of the 26th, we gave them baths and then were in the process of getting them dressed when my left hand went entirely numb and my index finger twitched dramatically up and down. My vision blurred for a second or two. I felt a sudden heaviness in my left arm as if it had gained five pounds in a matter of seconds.  I remember studying neuropsychology in graduate school and even considered it as a specialty on my road to becoming a psychologist. I know these are potential signs of a stroke.

     I probably would have convinced myself that it was nothing if it were not for the Sugar Snaps. It is my personality to not want to be high maintenance and waste the doctors' time.  Being a Mama has changed my perspective.  I knew I needed a doctor to tell me it was 'nothing' and I was not qualified to make that decision.  So, Greg took me to urgent care while Grandma and Grandpa watched the Sugar Snaps.  The urgent care was packed with people coughing and looking generally miserable.  It took a long time to see the doctor.  Once I got in, the doctor told me I should have gone directly to the ER.  Urgent care is not qualified to test me or to help me if I had a stroke.  He advised me to take an ambulance to the ER (which was just down the street).  Greg drove me there instead.

Four reasons to go to the doctor...
 
 
    When we arrived at the ER at the hospital where Capri was born, I began to explain why I was there and they already knew. The doctor from urgent care had called to let them know I was on my way.   After a few tests that came out not showing any major problems, to my surprise, they decided to admit me...over night.   I had only been away from the Sugar Snaps for one night when we went to the ocean when they were smaller and my parents took care of them.  I do preschool with them at home.  I am with them almost all the time.  Whenever Capri is scared of falling in the potty, she announces, "Mama's not going anywhere.  I'm not going to fall."  I assure her, "you're not going to fall.  Mama's not going anywhere."  The thought of being away from them in a hospital was upsetting, especially when they were sick.   I had every test imaginable, including an Electrocardiogram with electrodes and gel all over my head which dried and left my hair looking sticky and gross.  Who cares how your hair looks in the hospital really...but it is one of those things where I felt even more aware of how out of control my life had instantly become.  My looks mirrored how I felt inside. 

     My roommate was in her 80's and had suffered a second stroke.  She had trouble communicating the most basic information, such as her name and what month it is.  It reminded me of my Grandma who had a stroke several years ago.  She is trapped inside her body unable to share what she is thinking much of the time.  She is frustrated that she knows what she wants to say and cannot say it.  I wondered if this would be my future. 

     One of my nurses told me I was his healthiest patient.  He thought I would surely be discharged after the first night. I thought so too.  When the doctor came in and told me I was staying for another night (third day), I began to cry as soon as he left the room.  I wanted to go home so badly.  I was hooked up to an IV in my arm with fluid.  I had to roll the cart with a bag of fluid attached to my arm each time I needed to use the restroom and it tended to beep for the nurses whenever I moved.  I learned to hold my arm in such a way where it beeped less.  I did not want the machine announcing to my roommate, her family, and the nurses whenever I used the bathroom.

      We did not want the Sugar Snaps to visit all at once due to the potential for them to get sick by touching everything in sight.  Capri visited me with Greg and "read" me a story from the hospital literature about how she loved Mama and Daddy and missed her brothers who were at home. She admired my hospital 'bracelet' and did not seem bothered that I was hooked up to the IV.  The next day, Grayson and Ryder paid me a visit and felt like big kids when they tucked me in to my hospital bed. We decided not to have Xadyen come in as he was the most likely to touch everything and push every button he could find.

      I was discharged yesterday and diagnosed with a TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack) and will follow up with the hematologist and the neurologist.  The most common stroke risk factors, such as high blood pressure, smoking, birth control pills, older age and being male did not apply to me.  I found out my history of possible blood clotting leading to miscarriages (which you may have read in our story), my Mom's history of a blood clot and my history of migraines were risk factors. Stress can also be related.  These don't appear on most of the risk factor checklists you find on the internet.  It felt so good to come home and hug each of the Sugar Snaps for a long time.  I want to be here for them.  This was an eye opening experience that things can change in an instant.  I want it to keep my promise that "Mama's not going anywhere."

     Have you (or anyone in your family) had any health scares?  I would love to read your stories in the comments.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Seeing Rudolph through Grown Up Eyes



     I remember watching holiday videos as a child and getting excited about the magic of Christmas. Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph were real to me. I looked forward to sharing those classics with the Sugar Snaps. We did not do any T.V. before the age of two and I am selective about what they watch. I figured there could be no harm in watching cute holiday movies. I watched Frosty the Snowman with them. I liked how Sally, a little girl, accompanied Frosty to help him get to the North Pole. He helped her get warm and she helped him to stay cold. It would have been better had the magician realized that what he did was wrong  rather than changing his ways so that he could receive presents on Christmas morning.  When the Sugar Snaps are a little older, we will talk about that.

Capri loves all things related to Christmas.

     On another day, we watched Rudolph. I have been careful not to expose Capri to programs that suggest that female characters need to be rescued. It was a couple of brief moments in the film, but they made me cringe. Clarice was advised not to go on the journey because she was female. She went anyway which was good. In another part of the movie, it was stated that they had to get the women home (in a macho tone). There were other unsavory messages in the film too.   Clarice's father said that he would not have any daughter of his playing with a red-nosed reindeer (insert any religion or ethnicity here). Santa was not the warm and jolly man that I remembered. He was rude to the elves when they sang a song they wrote just for him. Mrs. Claus was left to apologize for his behavior.   There was an elitist quality to Santa's team of reindeer.  It seemed to be the main goal of the male reindeer to be part of that team and there was an underlying implication that they were not good enough if they did not make the cut.

 Xayden loves to dress up as a reindeer.


     When Rudolph was not allowed to 'join in any reindeer games due to his differences, the adult reindeer coach approved of this segregation and bullying.  Insert this message into a modern school.  People would be outraged if an adult promoted that type of behavior.  When it happens, it makes the news.  The final disturbing message portrayed in the movie was that everyone 'loved' Rudolph once they found out that his nose was useful in lighting the way for Santa's sleigh.  So, it is OK to be different as long as others find you to be useful.  It reminded me of this quote:

 "And what is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered."   -- Ralph Waldo Emerson.  

      Rudolph transitioned from being considered an unsightly weed to a 'newly discovered plant' of great value.  I feel like there are too many negative messages in Rudolph that I cannot explain to the Sugar Snaps at age three.  We will not be watching it again until they are old enough to have that discussion.

     I am glad that more modern programs for children carry fewer of these negative messages.  There is a part of me that wishes I could still view Rudolph like I did when I was a child.  Yet, I cannot take the psychologist and the Mama lens away.  When they are older, I know they will be exposed to similar messages, but we can talk about them.  I do not want those messages to sink in and take hold before that. So, Frosty will stick around our house during the holidays.  Rudolph will too but only as a decoration.  What are your thoughts on Frosty and Rudolph?  I'd love to hear from you.  I read each of your comments.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Artsy Play Wednesday--Santa Candles





Hosted by: Capri + 3, Multi-Testing Mommy Shannon’s View From Here Baby Giveaways Galore

      Welcome to Artsy Play Wednesday, hosted by all of the blogs listed above.   Each week one of the host blogs or a special guest host will share an arts, crafts or play activity along with the linky.  This week, This week, Baby Giveaways Galore is sharing a fun and economical Christmas sensory bin you can make using items you find at the dollar store! 

      At the bottom of the post is the linky and your chance to join in and share your children's arts, crafts and play posts. The Artsy Play Wednesday Pinterest Board  (with over 1441 followers so far) will include five posts chosen from the linky each week. If you haven't already, you may want to follow the Artsy Play Wednesday board.   If you would like to receive a weekly email reminder to link up, please subscribe here

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Check out this great tutorial from Baby Giveaways Galore

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Artsy Play Wednesday--Santa Candles

 
 


Hosted by: Capri + 3, Multi-Testing Mommy Shannon’s View From Here Baby Giveaways Galore

 
Special Guest Host:   Mom vs. the Boys
 
      Welcome to Artsy Play Wednesday, hosted by all of the blogs listed above.   Each week one of the host blogs or a special guest host will share an arts, crafts or play activity along with the linky.   This week, we have special guest host, Mom vs. the Boys who is sharing an adorable Santa candle craft!  She has three boys and her blog focuses on boys from cakes to crafts. 

      At the bottom of the post is the linky and your chance to join in and share your children's arts, crafts and play posts. The Artsy Play Wednesday Pinterest Board  (with over 1441 followers so far) will include five posts chosen from the linky each week. If you haven't already, you may want to follow the Artsy Play Wednesday board.   If you would like to receive a weekly email reminder to link up, please subscribe here

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Check out this great tutorial from Mom vs. the Boys

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Sunday, December 15, 2013

Easy Keepsake Ornaments Children Can make

 

       We had fun decorating the Christmas tree as a family.  This is the first year that the Sugar Snaps 'get it' and are actively enjoying the process.  They made cute and easy plaster ornaments in Occupational Therapy. Their therapist generously brought different plaster ornaments for each of them to decorate and they worked on their fine motor skills decorating them with a paint brush and Q-tips. The ornaments are wonderful keepsakes and really are easy to make. If you would like to try it, simply get unpainted plaster ornaments from a craft store or online and provide your child with non-toxic paint.  When the single color paint dries, children can use Q-tips to add dots or other details in other colors.  I put their names on the back and with the year and we hope they will last until they are grown up and can put them on their own trees. 


     It is so much fun to see the Sugar Snaps' perspective on Christmas.  They eye each ornament as if it has en element of magic.  Capri was especially fascinated by the Santa ornament pictured below. She said it was a baby Santa and cradled it lovingly before finding a spot for it on the tree.  She helped me to see the ornament in a new light.


"Baby Santa"


Ryder reached up to place an ornament on the tree.


It was fun to see the four of them side by side decorating the tree together.



     I love that we have a hodgepodge of ornaments, each with a memory.  I remember the magic of picking out which ornaments to place on the tree as a child.  It is fun to recreate that with our own family.   I think it is interesting to look at the ornaments the Sugar Snaps made because while they all had the same materials (except for the shapes), their decorating styles are all different. Can you guess which one made each ornament?    What are your traditions decorating the tree?  Feel free to leave a comment sharing your holiday traditions.  




Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Artsy Play Wednesday-Dollar Store Christmas Bin

 
 


Hosted by: Capri + 3, Multi-Testing Mommy Shannon’s View From Here Baby Giveaways Galore

      Welcome to Artsy Play Wednesday, hosted by all of the blogs listed above.   Each week one of the host blogs or a special guest host will share an arts, crafts or play activity along with the linky.  This week, This week, Baby Giveaways Galore is sharing a fun and economical Christmas sensory bin you can make using items you find at the dollar store! 

      At the bottom of the post is the linky and your chance to join in and share your children's arts, crafts and play posts. The Artsy Play Wednesday Pinterest Board  (with over 1441 followers so far) will include five posts chosen from the linky each week. If you haven't already, you may want to follow the Artsy Play Wednesday board.   If you would like to receive a weekly email reminder to link up, please subscribe here

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Check out this great tutorial from Baby Giveaways Galore

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Sunday, December 8, 2013

Holiday Lights Drive



     When we stayed at Grandma and Grandpa's house for Thanksgiving, we went to a drive through Holiday lights show (Fantasy of Lights) to get into the holiday spirit. It was $10 per vehicle (early in the season) and we packed the six of us plus Grandma and Grandpa into our minivan.  It was well worth it. They went all out turning Vasona park in Los Gatos, California into an incredible display of lights. They had various themes in different areas.  There was even an entire section devoted to dinosaurs complete with sound effects! 




Xayden, Grayson, Capri and Ryder loved going out in their 'jammie jams' to see the lights.



The Peace on Earth sign was beautiful.



 The Sugar Snaps loved the large Sea Serpent swimming alongside a ship.



Drive through tunnels of light separated the sections.



It was fun to look up at the lights as we drove through.



There was a tall majestic tree wrapped in lights serenaded by a marching band.

     We loved the holiday lights display.  It was so much fun to hear the Sugar Snaps shout, "Look, it's Christmas," in each new section of lights.  Maybe next year, we'll dress in our jammies too. Last year, we had fun walking through a holiday lights display pushing the Sugar Snaps in strollers.  They would insist on walking now!  It's amazing how much they've grown.   Have you gone to see the holiday lights this year?  Is your home decorated on the outside?  I'd love to hear from you.  I read each comment. 

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Thanksgiving Family Fun



     We enjoyed a nice Thanksgiving holiday at Grandma and Grandpa's (my parents) house.   I always enjoy making the mashed potatoes.  There is something homey and decadent about fresh mashed potatoes.  Since the Sugar Snaps and I are vegetarian, Grandma and Grandpa got us a tofu 'turkey' from Trader Joes which was very good!  My brother, much to his surprise, did not know which one was the vegetarian gravy.  Grandma and Grandpa set up their living room as a playroom full of books and toys when we visit.  Grandma even rotates toys in and out to keep them interested and entertained.



Thanksgiving 2013:  Ryder, Grayson, Xayden and Capri


The Thanksgiving Table



Vegetarian Turkey



Mashed Potatoes



Capri admired Uncle David's "monster truck"


while Xayden and Grayson gave it a 'test drive.'


     Then, Uncle David took the Sugar Snaps' 97 year-old Great Grandma home in the Hummer ('monster truck').  People were amused to see her in the truck on the way to the Thanksgiving dinner earlier in the day and waved to them as they drove along. We enjoyed spending time with family this Thanksgiving.  It was a great way to share gratitude and a wonderful meal.  What did you do this Thanksgiving?  What are your traditions?  I would love to hear from you.  I read every comment.


Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Artsy Play Wednesday-Gingerbread Party



Hosted by Multiples-Mom, Multi-Testing Mommy, Shannon’s View From Here, Baby Giveaways Galore Capri + 3 Multi-Testing Mommy Shannon’s View From Here Baby Giveaways Galore

      Welcome to Artsy Play Wednesday, hosted by all of the blogs listed above.   Each week one of the host blogs or a special guest host will share an arts, crafts or play activity along with the linky.  This week, Shannon of Shannon's View From Here is sharing a fun tutorial on how to host a children's gingerbread house decorating party.  That sounds like so much fun! 

      At the bottom of the post is the linky and your chance to join in and share your children's arts, crafts and play posts. The Artsy Play Wednesday Pinterest Board  (with over 1436 followers so far) will include five posts chosen from the linky each week. If you haven't already, you may want to follow the Artsy Play Wednesday board.   If you would like to receive a weekly email reminder to link up, please subscribe here

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     Now it is your turn.  Please add as many direct links to your children's arts, crafts, and play posts as you wish.  Your posts can be hot off the press or vintage treasures.  We look forward to seeing all of your wonderful ideas.   Please feel free to pin any of the posts you enjoy, or you can simply pin Artsy Play Wednesday to have access to all the fun ideas at once.  It is time to inspire and be inspired... Enjoy.

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