We had made a trip to Macy's (big fan) and he asked the clerk if he could have a hanger and some little plastic sticks (not sure what they were for.) He was 2 1/2 and looking super cute. She obliged. He held it all the whole way home. He hopped out of the car and asked if he could have my bag. I said sure. Then this happened.
With a little tape and a lot of determination, he made a kite.
It was a first. The first of many experiments, creations, concoctions, and disasters. It was a happy and healthy first that I feel so fortunate to have shared with my little guy.
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