The boys were at a hockey game tonight so I scrapped.
Rick took Duncan and Daniel, along with their friend, Nick, to a local Huskies game. He said the boys were more interested in the snack bar till one of the coaches decided to set a good example for his players by throwing a temper tantrum. Once the equipment and gear started flying on to the ice and the silly man started getting red in the face, the boys became instant hockey fans. They watched the rest of the game with no more trips to the canteen.
Of course, the logoed towels that were handed out to cheer on your team were used not to wave above their heads, but instead, to snap the guy beside you. They came home in high spirits.
Here's a layout I've been working on for a while. I used scraps of SEI and my new snowflake border punch. I held a lace diecut, cut with my Revolution, over my white background and sprayed with red Maya Mist. I accented the sprayed areas with SEI chipboard, blue Kaiser jewels that Teresa sent me last week (Thanx T) and Prima blooms dressed up with Scrapworks circles, snowflake punches and more Kaiser jewels(LOVE them!).
Breanna came home from school last week with some old photos that her teacher found when cleaning up. These two cuties were meeting their kindergarten teacher for the first time when she made a home visit in August 1999. They were 4yrs old and couldn't wait to start school. I didn't notice till I got these photos back last week that, though I had dressed my boys in their cute little 'rough & tough' boy clothes, I had neglected to clean breakfast off their face.