My mom introduced the boys to water beads. The boys loved them!
Water beads starts off as little pellets and when submerged in water they grow. John had a good time watching them grow by making water dots on paper each hour.
Look at those eyes.
Okay, back to the beads.
The beads come in all different colors. You can buy them at almost any craft store. They come in the dried pellet form and in jars with them already about this size.
The cool thing is that if these beads are left out to dry they will go back to in the little tiny pellet forms.
My mom told the boys they could play with them however they wanted. Apparently this is what Anders thinks is cool.
Gus made a camera and wanted my mom to take a picture of him taking a picture.
My mom started a book that we still need to finish. I thank my mother every time I pick up that darn thing. It is an incredibly boring book. But somehow this book managed to win a Newberry. Gus picked this book because it is about a dog. Go figure. And because it is about a dog this kid needs to finish it. I've never been so determine to teach this kid to read to himself.
The boys also enjoyed building puzzles with my dad. This is actually 3 puzzles in 1.
Grandma lets them eat in the living room. Grandma is so cool.
The Fiene boys couldn't be in Texas without visiting the Blaschkes. They had fun swimming.