September 02, 2011

Feature Friday - Tape Parking Spots

Before we get started today let's announce some winners.

The Vipre Antivirus Software goes to Alea who said: We had purchased a virus protection program for a year, but never renewed it! It was slow, but I am so scared of my computer crashing! That's almost like your house burning down what with all the amount of important things you'd lose!  I'd love to win. :) Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
 The Luna Bar Packs go to:

Jenybear who said: Ooh, they sound wonderful! I went on their site and the flavors sound delicious! I'm glad you liked them :)

Sew Much Ado who said:  Mmm, I love a good protein bar, and they're so hard to find! I'm excited to try a Luna now, thanks for the review!

Kristen (Creative Stash) who said: I love Luna bars and these chocolate protein ones sound delish! And anything that curbs my appetite for awhile is fab!

Alice who said: I.m in. I love quick and easy with vitamins to boot!

Maria who said: I'd love to try these! I've been hearing about them actually - and I know I'd love the PB/Choc and that my husband would love the Choc/Mint.  Like another commenter, I'm breastfeeding my 4 month old and it seems I can never eat enough these days. Bet these would do the trick!

A little while back I posted about toys from household items.  One of the ideas originally found HERE was to use tape to make roads in your house.  We took it a step further yesterday and made parking stalls in our garage.

After an lot of overdue sweeping we got out some painter's tape.  I quickly taped out some lines. 

Now the boys know where to put their bikes so they don't get run over AND they think it's super fun to park them.  Baden pulled in and out over and over.

The leaf blower tube (far left) is also currently doubling as their "gas station" when they need to fill up.

The boys have been living on their bikes this summer.  I'm looking forward to the cooler weather so they can ride without sweat dripping down their faces.

Thanks for reading.


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