JELLO FUN

This is nothing new......but great fun to do with grandkids. The three Littles slept over and last night we made red and blue Jello. That was a kitchen adventure in itself.....no time to grab the camera.....but whatever pictures come to mind....you've got it!

At lunch time today.....they each got to scoop the jello into my "fancy big glasses" and for the coup de gras.......squirt the whip cream! That was a YouTube moment for sure.....but when you're all laughing at the streaming white spray go evvvvvvverywhere but into the glass.....no time for photos!



Finally Grandma steadied the can so we could fill each glass to the top. We quickly cleaned up so I could get a picture! They were actually clanging their spoons in anticipation!


Afterward......they remembered the little flags in my 4th Of July bag of goodies.....so off they went to march around the yard singing "God Bless America!"  Just too cute and so fun to hear and see their joy! 
Happy July Everyone!




    





8 comments:

  1. OK, so you may not have gotten all the pictures you wanted but you sure had fun! I can hear the excitement in your words.

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    1. It was exciting and crazy! Their hands were everywhere and I was laughing so hard.

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  2. What cute, happy kids!
    I love this idea because it is easy. Took me awhile to realize you don't make things like 3 story gingerbread houses with 2 year olds! Wouldn't these be cute as light dessert, delivered on a tray and sparkling in the sun?!
    Happy Independence Day, dear friend!

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    1. Thanks, J! I love doing these things with the kids! They loved eating it all up.....and wanted more! Light dessert or treat for sure!

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  3. They are adorable and I am with you about the whipped cream! Mine love it too and want to 'help' squirt it if we are using it for something.

    Your patriotic dessert looks great :)

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    1. Thanks, Debra! They would have loved this for dessert if it was put in front of them........but helping make it/layer it and squirt it made memories for us all!

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  4. Hi! Followed you over from Ducks 'n a Row blog hop. What a great idea, so simple, but so cute and tasty. I will have to remember this for next 4th of July. Now following via G+.
    ~Jackie @ The Non-Martha Momma

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  5. There is something about jello that all kids love. Your grand kids are adorable :) Thanks for joining us at the Let's Get Social linky party this week.

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