Noses, Medals, Fists & Peanut Butter

So, in answer to the question of “where to?”, here’s the answer “who nose?”

icad #6 v

The boys too have been joining in on the index card challenge.

It has given me pause for thought.

Has Waif really taken on board the non-competitive family ethos with his medals poem?:

icad #6 r

And would you know that Gman’s mama was a great believer in a non-violent approach?:

icad # 3 g

Still, at least they both appreciate good food! Here’s Waif’s favourite chilli relish (made by local firm Chillis Galore):

icad #5 r

And Gman has drawn his favourite thing in the world – peanut butter!:

icad #4 g

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11 thoughts on “Noses, Medals, Fists & Peanut Butter

  1. Jana says:

    Love these. Also love that the boys are joining in on the fun.

  2. Snap says:

    Who nose? You nose! I nose! Love the nose! Also love that the ICADs are a family project!

  3. it’s so neat to see what goes on in our kids heads isn’t it? I think your kids are doing great cards!

  4. Kids are so creative! Love your cards and look forward to see more. Judith, Texas

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