Keeping the kids busy

Want a great idea to keep your kids busy nest time your hosting a bbq or at an outdoor social gathering? Then read on! smile emoticon

Create lawn art
Art doesn’t have to happen inside. Bring a white or light-colored sheet or tarp outside and lay it out on the lawn. (one that you obviously don’t care about). Put out bowls of paint and brushes and let the kids create a colorful tapestry. Voila! No spills on the rug and your kids  are kept occupied.



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