Ice Cream is a special treat at our house and only bought on rare occasions. In the winter I always feel silly buying something freezing cold as a snack when it is already cold outside. However, with the snow building up outside and resembling fluffy piles of sweet treats I couldn’t help but wonder how to take advantage of the situation. Since my kids, love doing anything related to the snow we ventured out to attempt our first try at Snow Ice Cream Recipe.
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Is there a moment that eclipses all others in your memory? The one that replaces the first time he told you he loves you. The feeling you had when you first saw him. That special moment where you can’t breathe, your eye fills to the brim with tears even though you are not someone who cries. It is that moment when he first looks at his child.
The smile that spreads across his face that is so wide and so deep that his eyes are almost none existent. The way he sucks in his breath and stares. Then he holds the baby closer. He pulls the baby closer still. When the two become one. He smells them. He hopes their scent pour into him like freshly baked bread when it fills the air. He pats them. Then he rubs their bottom in a circle and smiles. His eyes light up. His heart is full. He smiles at you. Then there is that look that says we did this. We made this perfect person. How is that possible?
The feeling you get knowing once you have done this nothing is impossible, in fact, at that moment everything is possible.
You think to yourself. I want to capture this moment and every moment after this. You know this special day will live in your heart forever. This same man that I married because I loved him is the same man that will raise our boys into men.
I never realized how much I loved my husband until I saw him hold our children.
~white construction paper or card stock
~1 empty 2 liter bottle with raised bottom (I used a Diet Coke bottle)
~Deep bowl for the pink paint
~small plate for brown paint
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