Wednesday, September 18, 2013

He Wanted to Do it Himself

We went to the Lowes Clinic this last weekend.

Isaak had to do everything on his own. I know he's growing up, but I still hold things when Mica pounds the nails in. I thought for sure Isaak would A) hit his little fingers with the hammer, or B) have more than one crooked nail. With Mica I can convince him to do things; let me help him. When Isaak has his mind set on something there's no changing it. Everything ended up being great. Isaak did it on his own.

Isaak doing it on his own.




The boys always walk out of the store with sound effects. This time it was fire truck noises. They drove their fire trucks down every beam they saw.


Old aprons on the front, new aprons on the back as super hero capes.


9 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

They did an awesome job! I have to get them back to Lowe's or Home Depot for one of their clinics soon. They are awesome.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I don't know about holding things for a kid while they are pounding... Good way to get your thumb pounded.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

They did a great job! I need to take mine to one of those workshops - it's been a while. We stay so busy on Saturdays.

Saru Singhal said...

That's wonderful and I find it really cute when kids play sounds while playing. And using aprons as cape is a good idea. Boys are looking lovely.

Theresa said...

Good job doing it all on his own! Love the super hero cape idea. Great way to show off all the badges instead of moving on to a whole new apron and feel like you are starting over :)

mail4rosey said...

Another great project from Lowe's. Kudos to them for doing that so consistently, I know the boys probably really enjoy it.

~ Noelle said...

awesome ;) we were not able to go, soccer game :)

Ai Sakura said...

really good job! even I would get nervous hammering nails heh

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Terra H. said...

I think it's great that Lowe's has those clinics. It's fun, hands-on experiences for the kids. My boys did a few of them when they were younger.

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