Sunday, January 8, 2017

Road Signs! {Practical Mondays # 41}


2016 ended with another road trip down to the south of Chile. Rented a quaint little forest cabin in a biological reserve in the middle of the Patagonian Rain forests. It also had a chimney, so it was perfectly magical, waiting for Santa to come over at the stroke of midnight! {for travel pictures, click here}


It took us 12 hours to drive down though (One way!) and it was absolutely worth it. By the time we were back, my son was fluent in road signs! Unsurprisingly he made some road signs of his own for  his Yarn Track when we got back.



Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!


Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!

Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!

Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!

Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!


Practical Mom: Road Signs for Yarn Tracks!


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17 comments:

  1. Happy 2017! Thanks for your hospitality here!

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    1. Happy 2017 to you too! Thank you so much for being here :)

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  2. Oh, those road signs are just too fun! I hope your week gets off to a great start!

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    1. Thanks Lisa! Those road signs are now some where in some corner of his play room by now!

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  3. Happy New Year! Your son's road signs are so cute and the yarn tracks are a fun idea! Thanks for hosting this link up!

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  4. That is so cute that he made his own road signs! I love that. We enjoy road trips with the boys.. it's not always easy being locked in the car together but there's always something fun to see.

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    1. They're a bit funny too if you look closely, such as he insisted on drawing a star on E (that's P in spanish!) instead of striking it out etc. ah well. The road trip wasn't too bad! We survived :)

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  5. What a brilliant idea! And a v.important topic that children must know about. #Twinklytuesday

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    1. Thanks Charlotte, I'm pretty sure he's still a but fuzzy on most signs, but guess the sign or I spy the sign is literally the last resort when on a road trip! Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Happy new year Swapna! I've always admired your yarn track and adding a few road signs is a brilliant idea. Your Christmas sounds idyllic and such an adventure! Hope you had an amazing time. Thanks for sharing with #DreamTeam x

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  7. This is such a fantastic idea! I really need to do this with my girls. My eldest loves learning about the road and their signs. #MarvMondays

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  8. How fun! I love the road signs your son made!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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