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Dioramas and sleep overs
iocasta posted:
Levi has his first diorama assignment and will have his first sleepover tomorrow night. He is getting to be so big. They have to pick out and do research on a polar animal. Levi choose a lemming because to him it is a really big and fat hamster. This weekend he will sketch out what his diorama will be and next weekend he will put it together. The sleepover is for a friend's 7th birthday. There will be two other boys as well. It should be interesting. I think Levi will be fine. I hope so as tomorrow night is the school's big Gala fundraiser so DH and I will be at that. It is a formal black tie event. I'll have to watch the wine consumption and listen for my phone. I don't think he will need to come home early but I need to be prepared.
mrswhitecastle responded:
Sounds like it was fun. How did the sleepover go?
Emily (7) Elizabeth (6)
iocasta replied to mrswhitecastle's response:
He had a great time. The boys all crashed around 9:30 p.m. and slept to about 7 a.m. DH and I went to a friend's restaurant after the fund raiser and was out until 2 a.m. It has been a long time since we did something like that.
kc_94920 responded:
Glad the sleepover went well!

I love diorama projects. We get ours assigned in Pre-K and each kid chooses a dinosaur then makes it out of clay along with a volcano and prehistoric tree. I can't wait to get the third one up on my office shelf.
KC~ Mady (10) Logan (7.5) and Coco (4.5)

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