.For Fathers Day here is a fun project. Take a piece of paper and paint it blue than help place it down on the paper. The paper can be any size and color Open the card when the handprint dry's and you write if wanted Hi Five to the best daddy, father, pop or what ever the child calls their Dad if the child is old enough have them try to write the message.. For a gift try using an 8 by 10 piece of paper. Have your child place their blue hand print all over the paper. Let the paint dry than take some glue and put it all over the can than taking the handprinted paper place it on the can hand prints showing. Make sure there is a bucket for hand washing near by for easy clean up.. As always I would love the feed back if you try the project
I am raising money for the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation to support health and hunger relief grants for children battling hunger or illness!!
This mission is near and dear to my heart and I truly appreciate your support. Every year, the Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation gives grants to more than 200 organizations that brought joy to kids battling hunger or illness. Last year alone, the Foundation funded more than 350 nonprofits in 35 states and gave more than $2.25 million dollars in emergency grants. Help me raise money so the Foundation can make an even bigger difference for kids who need it most! Here is an update on my run I have so far tracked 85,18 miles on my way 100 miles by June 30 more than half way there! I have so far raised 105.00 five over my goal if you have not donated please stop by and give a donation for a good cause!
Hi, I'm Marcie Kenny, the women behind this blog. I am not a mother, but I am number seven in a family of nine. I worked in childcare for many years before retiring; now I enjoy blogging about all that I have learned along the way.