Months ago I came up with the BRILLIANT idea to make a quilt with the kids over the summer...
It didn't happen. (Thank goodness. We're not there sewing-wise yet.)
But I had already purchased a single Jelly Roll from Joann. This past weekend I decided to view a few YouTube videos and make my own. The 2 videos I found the most helpful are linked below.
Things I learned:
We had a lot of activities this past week -- a very busy time.
Not a lot of pictures, but much was accomplished. Unfortunately TM is a little under the weather this Monday. She stayed home from school with me -- which means I am getting less done. (Eye roll)
See you in another week!
I make one batch then split it so each kid gets a bowl for their color choice. My eldest remains firmly in the pink camp. My youngest is much more willing to experiment. Thankfully, they will eat any color pancakes.
Even better, these can be frozen between pieces of wax paper. This is critical for my youngest who takes after my baby brother. She wants pancakes every morning and I don't often have the time to make a fresh batch. So, out of the freezer come the leftover pancakes. 30 seconds or so in the microwave and my youngest is a happy kiddo!
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