Summer Survival: Phineas and Ferb Style {5 in 5}

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Welcome Back to the final 5 days of Summer Survival. Do you still have your stillness? On Monday I focused on mom’s stopping for a moment to find their stillness-make sure you read the post if you are just joining us! (Personally I have had to reread it. My week has been very hard and I have had to look to God many times for my stillness. I have gone to my knees in prayer, praying a mother’s prayer for her son.  God sent me my stillness. Those moments I needed to keep going on when the world felt like it was crashing around me)

“I know what we going to do today!”

One of the best things about Phineas and Ferb is they talk about using your imagination.

The bigger the better. Summer can be just as simple as sitting under a tree or building a rocket with mom’s car. How horrible it would be if our children would lose the ability to imagine.

We are all about imagination. While we do watch TV, play video games, and use the computers, we encourage the kids to just play. I love to give them things to do, but I want them to come up with things to do. So I make sure to have toys and other items that are good for using imaginations.

  • Legos
  • Lincoln Logs
  • Wooden Blocks
  • Dolls
  • Play kitchen
  • Train sets
  • Cars
  • Arts and crafts
  • Recyclable stuff
  • Empty Boxes
  • Tea sets
  • balls
  • My kids start kick ball games outside on their own
  • The build forts and bases.
  • The play tag
  • The play hide and go seek
I think on the best way for kids to use their minds is to just let them be. Give them a box of dress up and let them have fun. We just got done with VBS this week, and we had a great basket of “Rock and Roll” stuff out for our PRAISE VBS. I had to get in the action-it is my dream to be a rock star!
My kids love to Dress up. At Halloween we do dress up.  Our dress up box is filled with lots of fun. Isaiah went through his flipper stage.  Robby pretends to be a pastor all the time.  My kids can play the strangest games.  After the tornadoes last year they played tornadoes drills for months.  For them that imagination play was a way to cope with the disaster that had hit our area.  They would have sirens, hide in the closets, and then report if it was a F4 or F5 tornado that came through.  Imagination play  help my kids process that horrible day.
Here are some of my kids in their “imagination play action!”

This summer we are going big.

I have been waiting.

Phineas and Ferb style big.

We got some art work a few months ago, (Thomas Kinkade. We bought a week before he died.) The artwork came in HUGE boxes. They have been sitting in my living room. (driving me crazy) But I know that there is a great week or two of play here. I am just waiting. And then I will release the boxes. Imagine what my kids will create!

So what ya doing today?

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Summer Survival: Playing in the Kitchen {5 in 5}

Welcome Back to 5 days of Summer Survival-Day 4. Do you still have  your stillness? On Monday I focused on mom’s stopping for a moment to find their stillness-make sure you read the post if you are just joining us!

The center of our house is our kitchen.  It is one of the “well-loved” rooms in our house.  It is always a mess, always dishes in the sick always something on the counter. My kids always want to help me in the kitchen.  To be honest, I get more done if they are not in the kitchen but we know that is not realistic. Kids need to be in the kitchen. Kids at a young age need to playing in kitchen.  As they get older they need to learn how to cook and clean.

Summer time is a great time to get kids in the kitchen!

Things we do:

  • I have a drawer for my toddlers.  They can pull it out and play with whatever is in there.  I put toys and some Tupperware.  I use to let them play in the Tupperware cabinet, but to be honest, I was tired of putting it all back.
  • I let them play in the sink to “wash” dishes.  They love this.  It is messy, but fun for them.  Use non breakable dishes.
  • Have them help pour ingredients into the bowl.
  • Give them some rices, a funnel, a bowl, a cup and a spoon.  They will love this!
  • They love to stir. And stir, and stir.
  • We have two-step stools so the can see whats going on.
  • Have them look through cook books. My kids love this. We pick recipes and make them.
  • Flipping pancakes.  We have them help us flip them
  • Make Mickey pancakes
  • Unloading the dishwashing. This is the job of my 10-year-old.  The little kids help him.
  • Wiping.  Kids love to wipe and clean.
  • Make Glop
  • Sweeping.  Get a little broom and dust broom from each child.  They will love to sweep!
  • Let them experiment with cooking.
  • Make Cookies.  Lots of Cookies
No Bake Cookies

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Summer Survival:Reach for the Gold {5 in 5}

 

Welcome Back to 5 days of Summer Survival-Day 3. Do you still have  your stillness? On Monday I focused on mom’s stopping for a moment to find their stillness-make sure you read the post if you are just joining us!

Next Friday the world will be focused on London as the opening ceremony’s for the summer Olympics start.  For some this is not a big deal.  We are not big sports people when it comes to watching sports on TV.  But every olympics you can find us watching.  I don’t know why, but it is one of the few places that our world comes together.

My kids are already getting ready.  We watched the Gymnastic trails to see who the USA team was going to be.  My 5-year-old told me to sit back and enjoy, hours of this trail.  He was fascinated by what those girls could do!  And when it was the guys time, all he would say, “oh I can do that, that’s easy!”  I just had to laugh!

The one thing the olympics teach above all, is to reach for the gold.  If you don’t try, you will never know if you can do it.  Take your dream and run with it.  Your gold may not be what goes around the neck of the first place winners, put the knowledge that you did some amazing and you did you best to get their.

Things you can do to get ready for next Fridays big event!

  • Watch the Torch Relay
  • Goto the web pages for our USA teams and see who they are.
  • Go red, white and blue
  • Plan a party and invite some friends over.
  • Have your kids come up with their own floor routine.
  • Have a backyard olympics.  Our Journey Westward had a great water backyard olympics.
  • Study Ladder has some great (Free) resource to inspire kids for the Olympics.  (Did I mention Free!)
  • Our #  in our 100 things to do this summer was watch Olympics.
  • Here is my Pinterest board and my friend Penny’s board.
  • Coloring sheets
  • Make sure you download the London 2012:official app to keep up to date with all the action!  Team USA and NBC also have an App.  Search your phone apps.

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Summer Survival: Are We There Yet? {5 in 5}

Welcome Back to 5 days of Summer Survival-day 2. Did you find your stillness? If you missed yesterday, I focused on you, the mom!

Do you remember those family vacations in the old station wagon, everyone crammed in there, with the windows all down, and your mom had a bandana tired around her hair? The most common question “Are we there yet?” Today we are looking at traveling with kids.

Summer time brings on travel time. There are graduations and weddings to attend. Visits to grandparents and good old fashion family vacations. Not to mention just your everyday travel.

I have to admit the best family travel movie I’ve seen is RV. It took the typical American family torn by the everyday things and schedules-stuck them in an RV -to rediscover their family. Not only was it just funny, and just had a awesome homeschooling family, once you got to know them, but it show how we are just missing time with our kids. Time in the car is a perfect place for that. Oh please don’t get me wrong, I am all for DVD players.

We have traveled with 1-6 kids on many different kids on trips. We have taken the train across country, driven across country, we have flown many different places, driven everywhere and cruise when we can. Only on one trip has my husband threatened to stop the car and walk out because we had a child who we could not handle. (He was a foster child and was tired and had ADHD and had enough of sitting and we had been driving for 15 hours.) In all my trips I have done things differently, a little to keep the kids guessing. They always have a backpack. What was in the backpacks was the key. We always have DVD players.

So asking you and researching on the internet here are some great ways to get you kids organized for those short and long trips. To the swimming pool or across country-to answer the question “Are we there yet?”

I ask you moms or dads what tips you had for traveling with kids in town and out and here is what you said:

  • “One of the biggest things that gets us through is my “bag of surprises”. Every couple of hours we pull out a new surprise from the bag, whether it is a favorite treat, a new coloring book, a small toy –something that they will like and occupy time for a bit is good! Curious to see what other ideas you have up your sleeve! =)”-Karen
  • “My fav tip is when you stop for lunch on a road trip (mcd’s or chik fil a ) I let the kids play while we eat and then order tier food as we go and let them eat in the car. It helps them focus on eating and not rush through it to play and mom and dad can eat in peace. It usually meant they passed out after they ate too! We travelled across the country from Wa state to Florida one summer so I have lots of experience!!!” -Erica
  • New DVD players-Jim
  • “Movies, snacks, toys, games and patience”-Kelly
  • Drive at night time-my sister Christie
  • “Tomorrow I’ll be trying something new. Usually when we travel, each kid has a “carry-on” bag with several activities. This time, I made a bunch of tickets. I’m going to put activities in one bag, and they can purchase an activity with the tickets. Things like a coloring book, connector builders, etc will cost one ticket. Use of my iPod, the portable DVD player, etc will cost three. Oh and they can earn more tickets by reading. :)”-Sarah
  • And one mom share her mini van and how she organized it! From Cassie.

 

 

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Summer Survival: Cookie and Cream Coffee Please {5 in 5}

Welcome to 5 days of Summer Survival. For the next 5 days we are going to look at ways to “survive” the rest of the summer. From tips on traveling with kids, to getting into the kitchen with your kids, to some Olympic fun and a Phineas and Ferb style of summer, I talked to you and asked you where you need help this summer. Out of all the moms I talked to the one thing that was common was they all felt like they, themselves, were overwhelmed. Today I want to focus on you.

You know who you are

  • The new mom who doesn’t understand why her new baby will not stop crying.
  • The young mom with small children who can’t go outside more than 10 minutes because it is just plain too hot or it’s raining.
  • The mom counting days till school starts back because her ADHA child is bouncing off the wall and she doesn’t know what to do any more.
  • The working mom who is spending her day dropping kids off at camping, going to work, picking kids up, cooking dinner and crashing in the evening, wishing summer was longer to be with them more.
  • The homeschool mom spending her time getting ready for school while balancing summer fun with her kids.
  • The mom traveling to be with family and barely finds time to just stay at home.
  • The soon to be empty nester getter ready to send their last child off to college wonder what will be in store for them next.

Personally, I am the homeschooling mom spending her time getting ready for school while balancing summer fun with her kids. I felt like I was failing. I am right in the middle of my summer. We always make our list of a 100 things to do each summer and while we were getting some done, I still felt like nothing was going as planned. Weather too hot. Weather then too wet. Washer broken for TWO weeks. Computers broken. I felt like all I was doing was yelling and screaming at the kids.

One night I could not sleep. I wandered our house, which was mess. I came to our front door. I love staring out into the night. I love listening to the night so I opened the door and stood on my porch. The air was the warm, humid summer air with sweet rain smell in the distant. As I breathed in and out, I heard God’s word speak “Be still, and know that I am God;” (Psalm 46:10a)

“Be still, and know that I am God”

I so needed those words at that moment.

What about you?

At what moments do you need God to come and remind you to be still? Stop moving, stop with all the excess that is going on. Refocus yourself to what he has put into your care. I had gotten too caught up in trying to keep my house clean, I was missing my kids. I had to back up and be still, I have to refocus.

I know you all are still wondering what is up with the Cookie and Cream Coffee? When do I get some and what has that got to do with stillness?

Ok ok, when I get stressed at home, I like to got to Target or Kroger’s after kids in bed and get a Starbucks. But lately I’ve had to take them to the store with me. One day the kids where driving me crazy and I needed my mocha. I’m Lutheran, I don’t change much, but they introduced that new Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino early this summer. I am not a cold coffee drinker, but the girl said try it. It was like pure bliss (which I just ignored the calories). I was strolling along, with one whining beside me another dancing and singing and one flipping on the cart. Then I had a stillness moment – a moment where God was saying, even here in the supermarket – be still and know I am God. I will take care of you. You take care of yourself first. And that is what I did. I was taking care of my needs for a bit. You know what, the rest of the shopping trip was just fine. Oh the name Cookie and Cream Coffee is what my five-year calls it. “Mommy is mad, let’s get her a cookie and cream coffee!”

Where can you go for your Stillness or your Cookie and Cream Coffee?

  • Find a Friend. Grab a Cookie and Cream or Cookie Crumble or whatever kind of coffee.
  • Where is your quiet spot? Go there often. Find one if you don’t have one.
  • Headphones. Plug in those headphones while the kids are watching a movie and listen to your music. Here is a song that a friend just introduced to me that really speaks to me.

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Online

Apps (iPhone-sorry that’s all I know-but many are the same for other phones!)

Books-

  • From CPHCoffee with the Savior by Kristen Myers. I really enjoyed this book.
  • From CPHGod Is in the Laundry Room by Susan Senechal. This is a great Bible study.
  • Four other great books that two friends have suggested to me recently. I have not read them but they both say they are good and worth reading so they are on my list.

Mom, first be still. Go get that Cookie and Cream Coffee, or Crumble Frappuccino. Breath, regroup. That stillness was what I needed. Just that moment with God, the coffee just a bonus.

So here is what I want you to think about. Where do you need stillness in your life? Where do you need to stop for a moment and refocus? For me it was the time I was spending or not spending with the kids. I was too worried about the house and other things I was missing out on fun time with them. So I made little changes. I readjusted my schedule and I feel like I am back on track.

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An Out of This World 4th of July

To be honest, waking up 4th of July, I didn’t know what we were doing.  For the first time in years we were not hosting a party.  Nothing needed to be cleaned nor had fireworks  been purchases.  I had seen a quick post from Rocket City Mom about what was going on around town and my husband mentioned something about fireworks being at the Space and Rocket Center this Year.  So I said go get us a ticket or parking pass.  Going to the Space and Rocket Center was on our list of 100 things to do this summer, so this worked well.

Around 6:00p.m., we packed up 5 kids, 3 blankets, grabbed dinner on the way and headed over.  Not having a clue what a unique evening was in store for us,  we made our way  in by making paper airplanes, drawing with chalk, made slim {sponsored by Sci Quest} and making rockets.  Our younger kids spent about an hour just in this area for kids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After this we decided to claim our spot.

We heard rumors of this Lady Liberty Live  giving a performance at 7:30p.m.  Having no idea what it was about, but guessing it was something to do with the Statue of Liberty, we decided to walk back to see the show.  And that is when it happened.  Lady Liberty Live came out on stage, welcomed us…..and it started to rain, not just sprinkle, but poured.

 

Lady Liberty Live

 Now you have to understand how funny it was at this moment because we had just been put under a water restriction because of the lack of rain, and here it is, 4th of July and it is raining.  And I was standing under a space shuttle.  Yep, all of us crammed under there, finding this, just funny.

 

Space and Rocket Center

After the rain stopped Lady Liberty was able to go back on and perform.  My younger kids loved it!  (well ask Isaiah what he learned-she talked and it rains-he’s five)  They have given me facts about the Statue of Liberty ever since.  And since we are heading that way in a few months….it was perfect education for them.  (oh did I say education, I meant, umm:))

Oh remember those blankets we laid out in our spot now.  Wet.  More clouds were rolling in and I really didn’t know if we were going to get to see fireworks at all.  Soon an announcement came on warning everyone that another storm was coming, and you could take cover inside, but it would pass and the fireworks were still going to happen.

FINALLY, it was time.  We just picked a spot by one the large Saturn rockets above, the closest one.  Tired, wondering if it had been worth coming out, fireworks started.  Freedom was the theme.  With the fireworks behind the rocket I though YES, YES, YES, this was perfect.  What a better way to celebrate our nations freedom, than the freedom of us to boldly go where no man has gone before.   The freedom to give young boys and girls dreams of growing up to go into space.  But it wasn’t just space.  Some how the Space and Rocket Center has represented our country and all the great things she has done-all the things we have done.

We rose up.  We rose up to become a free people.  We rose up from slavery.  We rose up from wars.  We rose ups from depressions.  We rose up to space.  We rose up to protect lives.    While sin still plagues us every day, and hatred and moral decline  still tries to embrace our country, it is time we continue to rise up.  Our enemy prowls like a roaring lion.  Rise up America. Keep giving our children the freedom that our fore fathers gave them.  Keep giving our kids those freedoms to reach for the stars.

Our 4th of July ending with something like this.

 

 


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Cool Off with Ice Stars

So I was in a store one day and saw these star ice cube trays.  These are cool!  My kids are freezing everything thing right now.  So I brought them home and took the blue and pink Kool aid and fill them up.  (I use 1/2 sugar/ 1/2 splendor in our Kool aid) It is summer-we do something thing different and Kool aid was it.

After I fill the trays up, I put wrap on them and stuck toothpicks in them.  The next day I had the coolest star ice that the kids love!  Plus, being 4th of July week, it was a special treat that was easy to make!

 

 


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The Power of Play-While Cleaning

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The box of little toys need to be sorted

I have been on a cleaning spree lately.  As I do that I just throw any toys in a box.  I haven’t touched or organized the toys, just cleaning and throwing them in a box.  I know what toys I want to keep, and which ones I throw away.  Like broken toys I do throw away. Toys from happy meals, or toys from parties.  Our toys just got mixed up, not taken care of and didn’t get all put away after playing with through out the year,  so I have this box I use while I clean.

I believe that play is so important for kids.  It is a way for kids to use their imagination to creation, escape, imagine, explore, and dream.  Who knows what they will come up with.  Out of my 3 younger kids my little girl finds it the hardest to play on her own but she has always been in daycare or school where she was told what to do or where to play.  I do not know if this is the reason why-but it is an observation.  There are many more boy toys than girl toys just because Robby has been around longer.  But we have our fair share of babies and barbies.

Yesterday my three younger kids took the box of mismatched toys and created bases with them.  They like to play war with them and then sometimes they are the “big monsters” there to destroy them.”  Then there are rules to this game of theirs.

They each have their own set of rules and non match!  It is funny listening to them try to figure out who won.  I am not sure what?

There are flying Barbies in my back sun room.

But they are using their minds.

Different voices are being used.

Stories are being made up.

They are working together.

They are problem solving.

They are having FUN!

They are out of my hair!:)

All this cause I was cleaning and left a box of mismatched toys out.

Here are some of the bases they made!

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Isaiah’s base

 

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Isaiah says it is a farm

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AnnieQ’s base. It was attacked

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Robby’s base

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The airport

 

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Behind the base

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On Guard

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Lego Army


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Robby’s Summer Collection

My 10-year-old started this little soda glass bottle collection about 2 years ago after a visit to the The World of Coke in Atlanta.

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We took a homeschool field trip to Earth Fare Grocery store and came home with a bottle of Coke from Mexico last fall-(they use real sugar)

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Then this last Christmas he talked me into buying a Coke for Santa cause Santa loves Coke to take with him.  That was new to me!

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Soon these have join the collection from resturants.

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Just last week I give my kids choice of what chips they wanted (it’s summer we have fun:)) Robby asked for soda in glass bottles instead. Notice how he saves one.

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But my coolest find for him was yesterday at Costco. A Vintage Soda variety pack. They had old-time classics as Nesbitt’s of California, NuGrape, Dad’s Root Beer, and Bubble Up.

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He has lined them up on his desk again, reorganizing his desk as I get the boy’s room back in order.

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I think that it is great for kids to have collections of different things.  He wants to know where bottles come from, how they are made, why they use them and how to make them different colors.  So as long as he doesn’t gain as many as he has Lego’s we will be OK.

 

What do your children collect?


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Green Slim and Justin Bieber

No they don’t together!  This is a typical morning in our house. I walk into our kitchen and see green slim. Really its Angry Bird silly putty. Robby got it a few weeks ago and found out that when he leaves somewhere it’s slowly droops. So I never know where I am going to find it.

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And you know how kids have that one song they listen to over and over and over! Well Justin Bieber song “Boyfriend” wins this Summer.  A few summers ago it was “Baby Baby Baby.”  My son turns 18 tomorrow but since he has to work all day we gave him his gift early to start enjoying it-a Kindle Fire. So he starts playing Justin’s new song and just like that the children are dancing and singing! It’s funny.  Our summer I am much more relaxed in our schedule.  The kids can watch TV during the day time.  (during the school year it doesn’t come on till late afternoon unless I am sick).  They just like to have fun.

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Boyfriend song by Justin Bieber


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