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Last night we had a chance to get back out after dinner for a bit. The girls and I made this....



This morning we were out early and ran our errands!  Came home and played out all morning....



Make a simple bubble blower with a plastic water bottle, cutting off the big end about 2 inches from
the bottom. Take a wash cloth and put over the end of it you just cut, wrap a rubber band
around it so the cloth stays in place. Take a dish with some water in it.
Put some dish soap at the end of your washcloth and dip into the water...

blow!  watch the magic...KIDS LOVE IT!



Time for Ice Pop Break...




Little Water Gun action....




Ok time for lunch then school.....enjoy the day everyone!


Comments

Lindsay said…
looks like a perfect morning to me! We had a little water and bubble fun this morning too :-)
Mary said…
Looks like a lot of fun :)
Michelle said…
YAY! Looks like an absolute blast!
Michelle said…
What fun! Great ideas, thanks for sharing on DIY Thrifty Thursday!
~Michelle
So much fun! Your kids at play and bubble blower would be a great addition to our weekly Playdate at http://beneaththerowantree.blogspot.com/2011/05/new-and-improved-playdate-link-party.html

Cheers!
Lori
www.beneaththerowantree.com
Come & Play :: Playdate
Erika said…
I really like that plastic bottle bubble contraption you made. I've never seen that before. I'll have to remember that to try it out myself.

Erika
www.100starsorless.blogspot.com
noreen said…
Hi Melis, what a fun morning eveyone had! We had a cold, windy and rainy morning here in the midwest. I can't wait until we can wear shorts and play with water outside!
Shannon Brennan said…
Love your bubble blower idea! Can't wait to try it with my girls! I linked to you on my blog:http://counting-on-me.blogspot.com/2011/05/toddler-activity-link-party.html

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