Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Wazzup?

Wow, has it really been a week?

So I have a question. My new cell phone has a camera! Yes, I realize that everyone's does, but it's still new to me because I am in the dark ages about cellular technology. Is e-mailing a photo to myself the only way to get it off the camera and on to my computer? Because I can't do that. So I have a really cute picture of A. holding hands with his little girlfriend going down the double slide at the park but you'll need to be beside me to see it. With a magnifying glass.

Some Springy Crafts:

Got this one from Family Fun magazine. Can't find it on their website yet. How cute are these guys? You take a nylon stocking, put a tablespoon of grass seed in the toe, a couple of scoops of planting soil on top, tie a knot and put them upside down in decorated yogurt containers about half full of water. About a week later, hair! And a few weeks later, they look like this.


Here's Ben with the Easter Bonnet he made himself from a paper bowl. I painted the whole thing with glue, gave him stickers and tissue paper and let him have at it:


And here are the cupcakes we made for A.'s school spring party. I felt like Ms.-Awesome-Stay-At-Home-Part-Time-Mom showing up with these homemade decorated things. Probably would have been a better picture if I'd taken them out of the tins, but sheesh. I'm not a perfectionist.



And finally, another how-cute-is-this? picture. This is Ben upon blowing out the candles on his cupcake on his "real" birthday. He was so excited.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, he is so darling! You sure do make the cutest home crafts! Yes, I did mean the boys. lol
About the phone, go back to where you bought it and get a minute with your sales person. My daughter sells phones and knows everthing about them. They will show you what to do and then I suggest you try it yourself so it fixes in your memory. When we only do something once and a while it sometimes doesn't stick real well. So try it in front of the salesperson.
KNOTMOM

Carrie said...

With my phone, I'm able to send pictures as a text message to my email address. It's not too difficult to do, although it took me a bit to realize that it was showing up in my spam folder and that I didn't need to keep spending 15 cents to email it to myself.

And I love the Easter bonnet. :)

Sarah O. said...

Honestly, you ARE Ms.-Awesome-Stay-At-Home-Part-Time-Mom!

Lunasea said...

But see, I don't know how to text! That's how in the dark ages I am. And we don't have a plan that includes texting, so I don't know if I can do it at all, or if they'd just charge me per message.

I don't even know how to download ringtones.

Carrie said...

Learning to download ringtones is an expensive thing I discovered hw to do. But who doesn't need "Voices Carry" as a ringtone? And Paul's favorite story is when my phone started blaring Twisted Sister's "We're not gonna take it" during communion. Oh, yeah. Good times.

Melissa said...

The way I do it -- I created a contact for myself at my e-mail address. Then I can send the picture to that contact. You can enter e-mail addresses as well as telephone numbers for a person's contact info. Good luck!

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