Tuesday, December 27, 2011

* Christmas 2011 Highlights From the Pink and Green Mama Household



I thought I'd spend this rainy, gray morning sharing a few favorite 
Christmas weekend highlights from our family to yours.


On Christmas Eve, the girls made birdseed ornaments, 
(the ones that have been ALL over Pinterest) with gelatin and corn syrup. 
Can you tell what "E" thought of the smell? Hee-hee!


This little Etsy treasure was a gifty from my sweet hubby. 
He gets me. Mama's coffee is very cozy now. 


The girls painted a few of these sweet little wooden birdie ornaments
for our tree, here's my little blue bird friend painted by "E." So friendly.


This was "C"s preschool gift to mommy and daddy, of course she wrapped it in pink!
Love the little fingerprint ornaments on the homemade card. 

There were lots of fun homemade gifts this year.


Daddy enjoying his first back rub in his homemade back rub shirt from the girls!


"E" made these awesome toilet paper tube angry birds for her daddy,
all by herself - I'll post details later.


I made wooden fire and water stacker puzzles for the girls.


Snuggling my sweeties on Christmas morning in our PJs. 


"E" and Daddy assembling Lego Hogwarts.


Afternoon shadows in the playroom window.


Grandma and Grandpa spent the afternoon and evening with us,
so we decided to use my camera's timer to take a classy family portrait. 

Wishing you a happy holiday season from our family to yours!

Fondly,
pink and green mama


7 comments:

Jaimee said...

LOVE that classy family pic :D Your blog is overflowing with goodness. It's one of my faves!
Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

Make It Happen Mama said...

I love the serious bowl-stirring faces :-)

Fiona said...

What lovely creative Christmas activities. Merry Christmas xxx

Olives and Pickles said...

Feliz Navidad! Wonderful pictures.

Phyl said...

Oh, those are the BEST type of family photos. Gotta love the finger in the nose! Save the photo for her wedding day :)

Barb Dreher said...

I came upon your blog last summer, and as a special needs preschool teacher of 3-5 year olds, each month I find myself getting on your blog and searching throughout all your wonderful ideas for things I can do to make my classroom and my monthly theme exceptional. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas, instructions and photos for me. Even after almost 30 years of teaching, the last 18 in special needs preschool, I'm excited and want to make my classroom up to date, enriching, and fun. My only complaint is that I find that I spend hours on your blog because I just love it!!!
Sincerely,
Barbara Dreher
ECIS
Ashland, Ohio

Anonymous said...

I love your blog and look forward to this next year. You are so creative and I find your blog so resourceful. I would also love to win the books as my children love them!

I can be contacted at arteaga06@me.com should I win. :)

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