"Take your everyday, ordinary life- your sleeping, eating, going-to-work and walking around life- and place it before God as an offering. Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him."
Romans 12:1 The Message
Our thankful wreath! Thanks to Family Fun for this super cool idea. I simply wrapped a styrofoam wreath with fabric and cut out different colored leaves from construction paper. Each night we would each write something that we were thankful for and attach it to our wreath with a pin. As you can see, there was little to no room left on our wreath by the time Thanksgiving rolled around. I loved listening to the things that my precious children were thankful for:)
I came upon this adorable Christmas tree tee on Pinterest and couldn't resist. So....I grabbed a white shirt from Meijer for $6 and then picked out some ribbon and ric-rak and headed home to create some Christmas cuteness! I am so happy with how it turned out....and so is Kailyn!!!!
Kailyn has been reading and spelling things left and right. Needless to say it has clicked and she has taken off. The top picture is one that she drew me after I was a guest teacher in her classroom. The bottom picture she entered into a drawing contest and WON!!!!!!! They loved all of her phonetic spelling:)