For the last few years we’ve been reading a part of the Christmas story each day and then collating them on a piece of paper so that we can see the story evolve. It gets longer each day until we have the whole Christmas story at the end. We use the following adaptation, paraphrased into language kids will understand, by my beautiful friend Jane:
*If you are a fan of vintage graphics – you will find this site to be your mecca!
P.S. I have seen many, many tutorials online for making your own vanilla extract and brandy & rum can also be used. Here is a more detailed tutorial should you need it.
* the real deal kind of camping – in the middle of nowhere, no electricity, no running water, no showers and the shovel & toilet roll over your shoulder to find a good tree kind of toilet.
* the eggs were blown so they’ll last for a long time – as long as you don’t drop them!
* There are MOPS groups all over the world. MOPS is short for ‘Mothers of Preschoolers’ and according to our facebook page - MOPS offers a caring & accepting atmosphere where Mums have an opportunity to share concerns, make friends, explore areas of creativity and learn. We have some really worthwhile speakers & discussions.