Friday, April 13, 2007

Tupperware games

Ann of Mommysecrets has a few fun preschool ideas using Tupperware. I have mine in the lowest cabinet, and the baby makes a beeline there whenever I'm cooking. Brings back fond memories of my grandmother's canning rings tied with a piece of string!


Amy said...

Oh, she looks so cute :) I love it! We have one cupboard without the safety lock and it is for the kids to play in. They love it and there is usually a drum beat going in our house, compliments of my son and a Rubbermaid container & wooden spoon :)

frugalmom said...

I totally have canning rings tied together in the baby toy stash--the oldies are the goodies! I enjoy your blog, thanks for making it an uplifting place to read!

Meredith said...

Amy of Mother Load sent me this pretty pink bow for Elise, so I had to show off its incredible cuteness here!

Anonymous said...

Oh yes I remember canning rings too but somehow didn't think to give my first son any, I'll have to remedy that with baby #2 this next year.

By the way, thanks for the regular peeks at beautiful frugality and practical living! I appreciate it even more when I browse other frugal blogs and find that somehow the topic has gone to national controversies and politics--not at all what I am expecting.

Roberta said...

So sweet!
Does this mean your camera has been recovered?

Ann @TheAssetEdge said...

Thanks for linking to mommysecrets! I've never seen canning lid rings, but they sound like great fun! I used to help my grandmother can fruits and veges as a little girl. It's definitely becoming a lost art!

ann :)