The other day, my oldest daughter, NK, (she’s 4) came to me and asked if she could help me work on my book. My book being my Project Life album. “Well, of course!” I told her. We didn’t get around to working on it that night (it was already almost bedtime) but we did finally get around to it today.
She likes to help with the corner punch on the photos and to put everything in the page protectors.
This morning when I was getting my photos printed out, I handed the girls each one of the blank 3×4 cards that I had and told them to draw something and it could go in my book this week. Sadly, they did not take this opportunity to do one of their really creative drawings (maybe next time), but they did both want to add some glitter to their drawings, so I finally let them get out the messy glitter and sparkle up their drawings. (Look for close ups of this when I finally get my project life layouts posted in the next day or so)
Of course, after we got a little bit done on my book, NK wanted to be creative and make something new for her walls. I’ve got some stickers that I don’t mind her using, as well as lots of stamps so I let her have at it. She’s surprisingly good with the stamps, and even tries to clean the ink off when she’s done (I’m teaching her well).
Me being me, couldn’t pass up this opportunity to snap a few photos of her working.
I absolutely LOVE how she’s enjoying getting crafty with me. And as long as I can get her to understand how to take care of my supplies then I’ll happily share with her. So far, so good.
Wonder what little sis was up to while all of this was going on?
I plan to be back tomorrow with an update of my Project Life pages.