You can paint with babies! Painting with baby food is a great way to introduce painting to babies!
All very special memories I have of him as a baby… It’s the season that I start to think about this kind of stuff, with the holidays, there are lots of traditions, happiness, and memories being made. But am I creating memories?
I often worry that I’m missing out, that we should be doing more together as a family, doing more outings, having more adventures, creating special traditions that just our family does year after year. But life seems to just fly by and we don’t do nearly everything that I think we should.
Then, I stop and realize that we are creating moments like these every day when we do our activities. That’s what our special thing is that we do together. Activities.
Just because it’s not a special thing we do at a special time of year, doesn’t mean we’re not creating traditions or memories.
Hallmark, our sponsor, is reminding me, that these are exactly the kind of memories that will be remembered. Hallmark is about life, not just about the milestones as we pass them, but the life between the milestones and even the holidays.
So, I continued on creating memories with our activities and whipped out some baby food to paint with!
George and Louis both had fun painting with baby food and their cars!
I taped some butcher paper to my table. I taped all around it to make sure it stayed in place, but also because they were using cars, they could drive off the edge of the paper without ripping it.
I used two tubs of baby food, one that’s orange and one that’s purple. Dumped them in a pan and handed it to the kids!
Baby food is wonderful for sensory, and completely safe for babies [obviously, babies eat it].
They may just have an early lunch!
Louis didn’t paint so much, as try to grab and drive the cars with his slimy, baby food covered, hands.
George made tracks all over his paper.
And then he wiped them all off too [which surprisingly worked really well with just a wet rag] and made new tracks over and over again.
Another memory created.
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Louis is 11 months old. George is 3 years old.