This week is spring break in my area.
That is wonderful for all of the school-aged kids.
However, I do not work at a K-12 school.
I work at a university.
We do not have spring break this week. Argh!
However! My son and his wife are heading out to Chicago for THEIR spring break. And I get to babysit their sweet, sweet, kids!!
So. I’m taking off a couple of days! (Babysitting the grandkids is a GREAT break from work for me!)
If you are having spring break around now, I hope you have a grand time!
Okay! Let’s par-tay!
My first feature is by Joyce over at What Happens at Grandmas. She shows how to make these darling pom-pom bunnies. Aren’t they absolutely darling? Joyce is a VERY creative person — and is a VERY good writer, too! (She’s my hero!) Check out these little bunnies!
My second feature is this SUPER easy paper bag piñata from Somewhat Simple. It is super easy for the grandkiddos to make — and will be super easy for them to break! This is on my list of things to do with the grandkids this week!!
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