For Painting Day this week, we used watercolors to paint some wooden Easter Eggs. It was so much fun and the eggs look beautiful. Ethan mixed his colors on each egg beautifully. Audrey chose to make a rainbow of eggs; one each of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. The best part about these eggs is they will last for years of play. Ethan began playing with his as soon as they were dry. He pretended that he was an alligator and these were his alligator eggs...completely his idea! It was so cute! Audrey told me that she was Jemima Puddle-duck with her eggs. Later on the same day, Audrey and Ethan took turns being the Easter Bunny and hiding the eggs for the other.
Hi! I'm Allison. I am a homemaker and Waldorf-inspired, Classical, Christian homeschooling mom trying to make every day a celebration of love and family. I love to bake, cook, garden, read, and create with my amazing family.
Our story of loving and learning at home...
"Let them be little, 'cause their only that way for a while. Give them hope, give them praise, give them love every day. Let them cry, let them giggle; let them sleep in the middle, oh, let them be little."
- Written and Sung by Billy Dean