Thursday, November 12, 2009

Fall classes

This week ended my Fall Session classes through the Rec Center. I had an absolute blast and can't wait until they start up again come Jan/Feb. While I enjoyed Art and More, Energy Outlet was definitely where it was at. Sadly upon arriving at class on Tuesday we were told that class had been canceled because Ms. Maria wasn't feeling well (errrr whatever... per Mommy, who complained that that was now the second class that had been canceled, and that didn't seem fair... blah di blah di blah... for the record Mommy was extremely calm and kind in her disgruntledness and still managed to get our money back for the class... yeeeehaw! We then took that money to the bookstore and got 2 potty books for me and a glove toy for Emma Grace... good times!). Now I was BEYOND bummed at this finding because Daddy took an hour off from work to come with us! He wanted to see me in action. How on earth were we going to make this right and salvage our day? Why... go to the playground at Chick-fil-a of course! First we ate our breakfast and then it was time to get down to business.

Not bouncy class but just as good! Then we took a bath in hand sanitizer and headed to the bookstore. :)
Today was also the last day of Art and More. I wanted to catch you up on our projects that we made since the last time I reported. First there is the crazy bird fan that Ms. Carol gave Mommy the materials for us to make at home. If you recall this was one of the projects Mommy left on the top of the car and proceeded to drive away.

Last week we made fall trees. And some crazy "moons" with coffee filters, bingo blotters, and spray bottles.

And today... drum roll please... Daddy came with us! He worked from home today and came on out during his lunchtime. My Daddy works VERY hard and hasn't been able to spend a whole lot of time with me and EG. When he is able to spend time with us, we try to go all out and have as much fun as possible. I enjoyed having Daddy in class today, and I think he may have enjoyed it just as much. :)

Here is our underwater collage that Daddy and I made.

We also made a "Tom the Turkey." I had no idea what his belly was made of or that I could even eat it until I saw another one of my friends munching down... ahhhhhh SUGAR!

Mommy cherishes these projects so much... I'm sure I'll be seeing them again once I'm 20. :)