Rainy Day Family Fun
I hope no one minds too much, but I plan to get back to a few personal posts intermixed with the recipes and DIY. Blogging about our family is where this little blog started and over the years it’s been lost a little along with my passion for blogging. I’m hoping sharing a little bit more about our life with you along with the DIYs and recipes will help reignite that love of keeping in touch!
The weather here in Atlanta has been all over the map lately. We were in shorts about a week ago, but this weekend it was cold and rainy so we spent our Saturday morning hanging out inside. It was kind of nice. We had gone out to dinner Friday night to celebrate III. After putting in months of hard work he was rewarded with a promotion. We are so proud of him! Saturday morning we slept in (until 7:45!) and cooked breakfast at home. (I am LOVING these new Pioneer Woman bowls from WalMart!)
Since it was raining we spent time int he playroom and Sprout pulled out one of his FAVORITE books as of late.
Have yall read We’re Going on a Bear Hunt with your little ones? It’s a sweet story of 5 siblings ad their dog who head out on a fun adventure to find a bear. It’s got repetition which kids love and lots of fun onomatopoeias! I strongly recommend adding this one to your library if you haven’t already. The kids do happen upon a bear in a cave and things get exciting.
The cave prompted our kids to want to build a pillow cave or fort (which Chickadee calls a “fork”). Also one of our favorite to do when it’s cold and rainy. III love putting on his architect hat to help them build quite elaborate caves.
We all played in it for a while before I mentioned to the kids that we found the book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt turned into a sweet little video on Amazon Prime. Did you know you can watch thousands of things on your television as part of your Amazon Prime membership? If you want details, read a little more about it here.
It was SUPER cute and the kids loved watching in their own cave. Between reading the book, building and playing in the cave and watching the video we were able to pass over an hour of our time stuck inside on this cold and rainy morning and more importantly enjoy time as a family! You could of course also go on your own bear hunt as well. Maybe hide a teddy bear, turn out the lights, and use flashlights to see who can find the sneaky bear!
Hope you have a fantastic week! I’ll try and stop back by later this week to share a fun little Valentine’s craft for the kiddos.
4 thoughts on “Rainy Day Family Fun”
Thanks Mrs. Sherrer!
What a great way to spend a rainy day. The kids and I also make caves usually with the dining room table, chairs and blankets and since the 6 y/o loves her dolls and tea set we always have a tea party, and the 11 y/o boy just goes along with it for the food. Family posts are always a treat.
A tea party in a cave is great! We have tea parties all the time, so that would defintely mix it up! Sprout is usually in for the food too :)