Sunday, February 17, 2008

Slow Sunday Mornings

Slow Sunday mornings are a Silverberg family tradition. Each of us spends the morning doing his/her own "thing". Marc and I tend to read and the kids indulge in all sorts of creative activities. This morning the kids made balloon people, boats, pan pipes, an Indian camp site and Shira started work on her Purim costume.

Thinking about it, the only slow parts of Sunday mornings in our household are the parents. The kids are anything but slow.





Notice the importance of tape in Ben's and Shira's projects. I buy tape in bulk from BJ's. I can see that they are going to be duct tape adults as in their mind there is nothing tape can't fix or do.



2 comments:

Lostcheerio said...

Awwww, look how happy they are! They're adorable. :) And I heartily approve of this plethora of blog posts!

Shez said...

Watch this space. I have 6 weeks of enforced inactivity coming my way. I am going to have to blog to stop from going out of my mind. I'll have to be inventive to see how I can do interesting things with my kids without having to walk around.