Our bathroom has held two empty picture frames side by side for about nine months now. I hung them up with the best of intentions—get the frames hung and out of the last moving boxes in the garage, and then find the art for them when I had a minute.
Finally, today, after looking around a bit and not seeing quite what I was looking for, I made these two little printables: Wash and Dry. I just wanted something that was clean, simple, and that would tie into the teal tones in the bedroom.
The color didn't translate as clearly in the jpg files that I put up here, so if you'd like a better version, I've put the PDFs up here. Enjoy!
Last Saturday the kids and I went to the local street fair and had a great time.
We went out to Tuscumbia, Alabama to see Ivy Green, the home of Helen Keller. Lucy was so excited to see all of the places she had read about; Calvin liked tr fact that we finished with ice cream at The Palace, a Tuscumbia gathering spot since before the Civil War.