Lately our little family has been having what I like to call “a bit of a time”.
I mentioned last week that I went to visit my parents with the baby for my great aunt’s funeral. That had already thrown our week a bit of course and then, the day after we came back, my sweet 4 year old was diagnosed with walking pneumonia.
Then, I suppose because things happen in threes, right?, the disc slipped in my back again and I now find myself unable to walk or stand up straight (let alone pick up the baby as I need to do about 10 times a day).
All that to say we’re moving a little slow around here and there hasn’t been a whole lot of time for blogging.
Fortunately, I’m blessed with a fabulous writing team and all is far from lost. While I recover, I’m excited to share with you this super fun (and green!) reusable sandwich holder project that Alli put together on behalf of MPMK over at the Van’s Blog.
This no-sew project is super simple and perfect for making with the kids. I highly encourage you to go find a fabric you love and make a bunch for picnics in the park this spring and summer!
And if you’re looking for even more simple green ideas, be sure to also check out:
- Eco-Friendly Reusable Cleaning Cloth Kits for Kids
- Genius Ideas for Going Green and Saving Money
- Green Activities and Art Projects for the Whole Family