It's that time again, peeps. I busted out last year's version of the calendar and went to work.
With a Kansas City Zoo mega pencil, because that is all we had in the house. This has become part of our afternoon routine - arguing over whose responsibility it is to keep up with pencils when it's time to do Carter's homework.
Guess what I bought at Target today? 24 sharpened #2s. No excuses now.
Also on the list? A lampshade.
All of the sudden, Batman is looking a bit tubby. More to love.
OK, so most of you know this calendar is a huge beating for me each season because I have ZERO artistic ability. Plus, I struggle over the basic grids.
Guess who wised up this year and made a copy of the blank calendar?! Of course, I'll lose it before it's time to create 2011's, but I'm feeling pretty smart today.
Batman clearly needed some attention, so the calendar took a while. Kids? What kids?
We held hands. I love him.
The finished product. Start the remarks on my drawings in 3....2.....1.....
Made some copies and hung them on the door.
All you need is crayons. 25 days of fun!
We've been doing this in my family for over 30 years. Since my big brother brought the first one home from Kindergarten at Christie Elementary in Plano, TX.
Kiddos love it.
Of course, Lainey's pretty much done with hers and Jack colored the train first, but they're participating!
Want one? Find it here. Click on "Download Now" and it will pop up to print.