childhood · recipe · The Twin Life

Holy Winter! Where’s the playdough!?

Ok ok. I know it’s not THAT cold – or rather what cold used to be. Living in Minnesota for the better part of 8 or 9 years makes you hard. But winter here in Wellington just makes you grumpy. It’s still cold. There is rain. 100k+ wind gusts. Almost freezing temperatures. But never cold enough to snow! At least seeing snow would make it alllllll worth it. 
We’ve all been trying to keep busy. Playgroups. Baking. Trying to evade those cold grumpy moments. And as we try to find new and fun things to do, my new favourite recipe for the boys is…
PLAYDOUGH. LOTS AND LOTS OF PLAYDOUGH.
Both Hendrik and Willem have been requested “plydu” every day since I made this first batch. It’s one of those recipes that make you wonder why anyone would ever have a want to buy it in the shop. Easy. I got it at one of my new most visited blog/sites, The Artful Parent. You can find the recipe here.
It’s so scary that these little men will be 18 months old in a couple weeks! Amazing. I remember seeing other kids at 18 months, thinking “I CAN’T WAIT!!!” And honestly, it’s better than I ever imagined. Even with the newly found screaming and running and temper tantrums, watching them at this stage and all of the cuddles are truly amazing. 
Hendrik. Eating. Wanting cumr (camera). Watching birds. Eating.
Willem and his new favourite word, Helloooo. Getting upset. Getting more upset. Getting REALLY upset.
But they love each other. Cuddles and hi-fives on request.

And in case playdough, markers, toys, snacks, etc etc… Balloons. Always balloons. *pop*

With Love,
vH
x

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