It's Pizza Day, but only for pretend. Really, we had tuna and corn for lunch. But after lunch and after swimming, we broke out the colored paper, markers, scissors, glue and cardboard cereal boxes from the recycling bin.
We cut pizza shaped triangles from the cardboard and mushrooms, onions, brocolli, spinach, tomatoes, french fries and lots of shredded cheese - cheddar and mozarella. We're fancy like that.
And they glued and glued and glued and came up with the funniest pizzas.
And now they're playing pizza store in the playroom.
One is the chef, one is the waiter and one is still in the kitchen opening his own fleishig restaurant, with chicken covered pizza, hamburgers and hotdogs and chicken nuggest. He's opening his restaurant in the dining room; keeping things kosher and everything. All they need are customers.
Sometimes it's hard to get them started, but once they get going, I can step away and read a few pages of my book. I have to hurry though, the library books are due tomorrow.
And lest you think I created this magic myself, I did not. Pinterest did. I love you Pinterest.
Are you a Mom?
Of course you are,
your shirt is dirty :)