So It’s A Stay-Cation

I’m still trying to resign myself to spending the Easter holidays at home *every single day* and in the meantime I’ve been doing every Easter activity I can do with the boys that involves sitting down and producing something worthwhile.

So far we have blown out eggs and attempted to dye them with crepe paper with wildly varying results (more of that in another post).  We also made  rudimentary egg baskets/nests with plastic bowls and feathers.  They were nothing like the ones on the site that I got the idea from but the boys did them all by themselves and are very pleased with them.

Then we made goo – the old classic with corn-flour and water.  This has kept both boys happy for over half an hour so far and Daniel is still very happily pottering downstairs with a big messy baking tray of goo after trying to see just how much goo he could plaster over his big brother – as you do!  Eric has gone off to take more photos to document the process and I’m planning on showing them this clip from the Myth Busters show which examines whether or not it is possible to walk on goo.

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3 Comments on “So It’s A Stay-Cation”

  1. Angela says:

    looks like fun!!!! Puts our Easter holidays to shame and we are home too…lol

    • Angela says:

      it is all a matter of perspective I guess. We get used to staying home a lot. I always try to think of those who have it even worse because there is always someone, and be thankful for what I have, and strive for what I want. Remember it is a very short time really. Could be forever, for a year, or whatever if you think of it.

  2. Jen in NSW says:

    Hi, just checking in to see how you are going. Hope you are healing well.

    Best wishes
    Jen


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