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This amazing food art was created by full-time job father of three Beau Coffron from San Francisco. He considers his lunch box preparing time as his fun activity as sports and TV is for other people. Beau, known online as Lunchbox dad, makes these full of love and edible characters boxes for his first-grader daughter. Not only they have fun together laughing and cherishing her favorite books and TV characters, but actually this hobby brought Coffron closer to his kid, as he found himself knowing more about his daughter’s interests as well as he was able to show her his love while she’s at school….
Reddit user Tatsputin recently posted a sweet collaboration with his kids. Every month he takes a 3-hour flight for work, so his son and daughter give him their drawings to color in on board. Every time the come back home is even more exciting for both sides as children can’t wait to see their art retouched. Great idea of getting closer with your little ones and having some common fun. Mica Angela Hendricks posted on Urban Peek before here and Wendy Tsao here, have similar parenting aproach as well.
Once Jessica Shyba (mommasgonecity on Instagram) adopted a boxer/shepherd/lab mix Theo from the Santa Cruz SPCA, she found him very attached to her family members and especially to her youngest 23-month-old son Beau. Right after few days of getting used to the new house, tiny 7-weeks-old puppy joined Beau’s naptime and kept it as a new habbit afterwards. “The following day, Theo met us up in my room for the nap time ritual, and so began what I can only describe as the most organic and beautiful friendship I have ever witnessed.” – Shyba shares the story of the new common nap time…
Queenie Liao, a Chinese mother of three boys, has created a fascinating series of her son Wengenn dream adventures called Wengenn in Wonderland. She started in 2010 when her baby was just three months. Before each nap time Queenie would set up a little story using the ordinary household objects, stuffed toys, clothes and then put her son in the middle of the action as soon as he falls asleep. By now the artist made around 100 sets which, along with some how-to examples, were published as a book in 2012 in China. The English version is already on the way as well.
Lemons can be a great source of entertainment. Especially when you give babies the opportunity to taste it for the first time! – fun is the main idea of the new project called pucker. by photographers April Maciborka and David Wile. The project is incredibly simple yet the result is purely adorable and exciting. Each baby’s reaction is unique, expressing surprising emotion in each case – from shock to happiness of the new experience. Blue background, naked tummies and cute bibs only emphasize the outcome. SEE ALSO: What Would Happen if the Intimate Inner-Child Inside Us is Completely Revealed? [Source: My Modern Met]
Jack Beveridge and Joshua Lake held an art class of 7-8 years old students at St. John’s Church of England Primary School in Kingston, Surrey and asked kids to draw a chair. The artists’ aim was to explore children’s untainted imagination on a very standard piece of furniture. Working with a local primary school, we took an art class and gave the children a simple piece of paper with the words, ‘please draw a chair’. with a little encouragement and some coloring in pencils, the children started scribbling away their dream chair! after an hour, we had the most beautiful selection of…
Creativity has no age limits. Wendy Tsao, a talented lady from Vancouver, BC, came out with an outstanding idea of turning drawings of kids into real toys using the child’s own imagination. The result overcame any expectations, Wendy in her Child’s Own Studio is creating amazing characters out of pictures which not always could be understood properly.
What image do you get with the word “library”? Lots of dusty books, silence signs and the book worm spirit! A simple yet outstanding choice of the New York’s Public Library, created a big upgrade to the guttered third floor of their Harlem’s landmark branch. Moreover the Hamilton Grange teen center appeared to be the first of its kind in Northern Manhattan, NY.