I believe you should put your children to work.
But first they should dress up.
As everyone knows, mundane chores, like vacuuming and cleaning, require proper attire. A hat if possible.
Sarah is quite the stylish girl.
After sweeping, vacuuming and tidying, it’s time to invite friends over and for an afternoon of crafts. I am NOT an artistic person so when I find friends who are creative, I try to
exploit cultivate them.
“Would you like to come over for a visit?” I ask innocently. When they agree, I casually suggest we let the kids do a craft together. “Wouldn’t that be fun,” I say with a smile.
“Oh and could you design the craft, bring the supplies and oversee the project? I’ll provide the house.”
Christian joined us for play time.
Thankfully I have compassionate friends who take pity on my craftlessness.
Emma and Sarah show off their bath salts and painted star boxes.
A clean house and some fun crafts Works for Me! Stop by Rocks in My Dryer for other fun ideas.
I can’t believe the Tim and I have written 30 Works for Me Wednesday posts. Wow! We’re obviously incredibly helpful bloggers full of great ideas. Ha! And humble too.
Project 366 – Day 106