anyway, i picked her up her very own box of klenex with her prescription, and we snuggled down and watched the sound of music. i ran upstairs for a minute, and when i came down she found these little crown magnet holder things i picked up at hoity toity the other day, and set them up as klenex holders. lol. even when she's sick - she's creative! :)
as for the rest of these, i'll have to fill in the blanks for the explanation tomorrow. i'm sitting here trying to type really quietly since my poor hubby has to get up at 2am to fly tomorrow... so i'll finish the rest up later! :)
**ok, now it's morning and stan's off on his flight, and i don't have to try and type quietly next to him in bed. lol. i suppose i could have got up and moved my laptop somewhere else, but who wants to move after you're all warm and snuggly? :)
so this set of pictures were from the space program that emma's class did on wednesday night. they've been learning all about space and the planets. they sang songs, recited facts about the different planets, read about their imaginary planets they made, and their wishes. it was wonderfully cute & hilarious. what were emma's wishes, you say? "all of the spaghetti in the world, a d.s. and a car." i could maybe put a dent in the first one anyway...
one of the coolest things about their space unit was the "space bubble" emma's teacher had set up in their classroom. how cool is it to have a giant bubble with stars & planets with glow in the dark that the whole class can fit inside of... and is powered solely by a box fan? have i mentioned how cool her teacher is??
i'd been in the space bubble a couple of times over the past few weeks on my volunteer days... but this was stan & torrey's first chance to climb inside the coolness. with several other families we poured into the bubble, and she turned off the lights.
this is the best i could do for a picture of what the inside of the bubble looked like in the dark. so so cool. totally made me want to construct one out of tarps and duct tape. :)