We are sick. You know how much I hate coughing.
I have nothing of interest to say except did you all see this scherenschnitte video on Craft today?
Totally freaking awesome.
And the music is pretty rockin' too.
Except when I do that here it looks nothing like that. It looks a lot more like a crazy woman trying to do very difficult cutting while a 4 year old is bouncing around on the couch like it's a trampoline. Throw in lots of "you're going to poke your eye out" and "one of us is going to get hurt" and there you have it.
And no, I did not curse at you. :-) I just think the fancy pants German word is more fun than "papercutting."
Before I go back to my self imposed exile I have a question. Does anyone have a kid that has a favorite gadgety type learning toy that might work for my kid too? LOL Jack has a v smile and a my first leap pad but he is well beyond those already. I am thinking maybe a leapster?
It's hard to find toys for him right now that are stimulating enough and yet age appropriate*. Most of the stuff marketed to his age is WAY too easy, but the stuff marketed to the next age level is too mature for a 4 year old.
Does that even make sense?
It's a bit of an issue with board games too. The only suitable one I can find right now is Monopoly Jr. Oy.
*He can read around a first grade level and do simple math.