Robots in Progress

February 20, 2012

Kai was home from school today so we took advantage of a new roll of awesome metallic duct tape and made robot bodies. Been wondering how we’ll accomplish the head and limbs next…

And those boxes? Those were from the very last box, sitting in our bedroom since July, finally unpacked TODAY. I’ve been leaving it there for Ryan to take care of, only to find out that he’d been leaving it there for me to take care of. “It’s your stuff.” “Um, no, it’s your stuff.” For the record, it really was Ryan’s junk belongings, but I unpacked it anyways in appreciation for watching Breaking Dawn with me last night thus breaking a six-month long stalemate. And wow that movie was bad. So bad.

Lastly, congrats to Susan for winning the 41 Orchard giveaway! The random number generator picked the number 1. Truly!

5 Comments

  1. Comment by Rocio on February 21, 2012 10:16 am

    Lol, I made a robot just like that once! Only difference is that it was 5 years ago and I was 23. Your posts make me look forward to getting married and starting a family. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Comment by communikate on February 21, 2012 10:29 am

    Oh my goodness that movie was SO bad! As I sat in the theater, I thought yep. this is the end of my liking of all things Twilight. (I mean the birth scene was HORRIBLE!)

    And you are the craftiest and funnest mom ever! Can I come over and hang out too. I want to be make robots and cool crafts with you guys. :)

  3. Comment by Faith on February 21, 2012 4:51 pm

    So cool! E would go bonkers over a robot costume like that.

    Have you heard of Rifftrax? We watched one of the Twilight movies while listening to its Rifftrax and it was seriously SO funny. From what you report it might be the way to watch Breaking Dawn.

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  5. Comment by Shirley on February 28, 2012 9:30 am

    Legs and arms with dryer duct. Colander for the head.
    Ever see Uncle Ethan’s Halloween costume when he was about 4?

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