Thursday, June 7, 2007

What's on Your Fridge?



After receiving a couple of meme tags I wondered who starts them and where they come from. Sooo... I thought I would start one... though I am sure it is not original but I've never seen it. What's on your fridge? Even though all the clutter-design shows say it is not a bulletin board the rest of the world says it is. So show me your fridge!! I am tagging anyone who reads this as well as Only a Boy, Trivium Academy, School for Us, Run Jen Run (not a HS momma), and Painted Rainbows & Chamomile Tea. Leave me a comment so I can check out your fridge. LOL

5 comments:

playingschool said...

Sounds like fun! I'll try to post in the next few days. I need to take some photos. :-)

teacher of one said...

I can't wait to see it!

playingschool said...

Hi! Well, I took photos of the fridge tonight and they didn't turn out very well. We bought a new fridge a few weeks ago and there has been practically nothing on it! I had one little magnetic stuffed animal and one sheet of pages my dd and I took in a photo booth. My fridge used to be our art gallery, but I just haven't been able to cover my new fridge! :-)

nina said...

I haven't forgotten about this tag. I have very little on my frig but something inspired me today. It took awhile to remember who tagged me, etc.

OMGosh, your frig is fantastic. Is that a bit of art work from the book Parts. I love that book. If you get a chance will you let me know the maker of the 100 poster. I would like one just like that.

I might post my frig pick next week if I can make it back to the computer. Our new addition is quite a handful. Needy and mobile, teething and ear infection, separation anxiety and crabby. Oh the fun. :)

teacher of one said...

Yep Nina That's the Parts boy. G made that at storytime. They read the book aloud then each child got this huge picture and a pile of stuff to represent the "parts" in the story. There is yarn, a chiclet for his tooth, plasti-tac....

I got the 100's chart from the Dollar Tree. It has been the best $1 spent ever! G counted to 100 by himself for the first time this summer using it. He uses it ALL the time.

For the baby... Have you tried Hyland's Teething Tablets? They worked great for G. I think Walmart and others carry them. They are homeopathic and usually in the vitamin section not baby section. Ear... have you ever tried Chiropractic? There are Drs. that are certified in pediatric (the other part of boys+ academy is one)I believe it really helps.