doodle time

i was killing time earlier when i drew this image of Finn. when my daughters who are fans of the show saw it they immediately took turns tracing my pen drawing. i was surprised to see how my youngest took the single image of Finn to a different level.i am humbled by her imagination.   

washi in school

notebook fillers.  i remember the first time i have used these thin notebooks were in high school.  to my surprise my grade 2 schooler has been supplied with this kind of notebook this school year.  how on earth can we expect a 7 year old handle such a flimsy notebook with enough care for it … Continue reading washi in school

the handwriting project 14/365

we all love babies, don't we?  their fragility makes us treat them like fine china.  with good reasons of course.  but babies grow up and sometimes grown-ups refuse to realize it. while it gives us joy to see our kids live comfortably under our care, i believe it is at the best interest of the … Continue reading the handwriting project 14/365

post Mothers’ Day post

when my family and i were getting ready for a day out last Saturday, i was wondering what was taking my 7 and 9-year old daughters so long to get dressed.  we have pampered them quite too much and they are just learning how to do things on their own.  so i have figured they … Continue reading post Mothers’ Day post

i love dr seuss

a few weeks ago, my daughter celebrated her 7th birthday.  being the crafty mum that i am, i could not resist getting my hands on some DIY projects for the party. aside from the witty rhymes maintained throughout the pages of his books, Dr Seuss is known for his quotes.  i have decided to pick … Continue reading i love dr seuss