A container of bubbles might just be the answer to World Peace…
July, 2009, Clemson's Bowman field. Entertainment provided by wide open spaces and the whimsy of cousins at play.
There are enough smiles in one bottle to illumine Times Square…
They're the kid equivalent of a kitten with a ball of yarn…play lasts forever and the first minute is just as delight-filled as the last….
Summer & barefoot & bubbles, OH MY!
Twirly girls are arguably the stinkin-ist-adorablest creatures on the planet…!
S i g h…days to savor…over much too soon…!
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Your turn: What's the most fun you or your children have had for under five bucks?
Oh Yeah! Bubbles are great fun with four year olds, except for when he won’t let you stop blowing for like an hour and you nearly pass out! Gotta love those big bubble wands that make their own bubbles hey?
We live right on a bus line that goes directly downtown. Riding the bus with my 4 year old is amazing entertainment. Riding the free shuttle is even better!
Bubbles are always fun, but my kiddo always loved sidewalk chalk when he was younger. He could sit out there and draw for hours on end.
Just this evening, I was caught between getting my camera out when my kids and their friends were out playing with bubbles… or just standing still and enjoying it. I did the later. Bubbles always provide fun…. you should see how much dishwashing liquid we go through sometimes.
When I have a lot of yard work to do, I get my boys to follow me around like we’re in a parade. We play pretend instruments and march. It’s so sweet and can last a long time.
One of my child’s first words. And yes bubbles are definitely powerful indeed. Especially if they run out!
Ahhh…Bowman Field…many memories made there 2o years ago…but no bubbles…maybe when I take my own children there…soon!