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Glowing Bubbles ~ Moments to Remember

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Moments to Remember was developed as a simple way to look back on our week as homeschoolers and find photos that encompass the memories we want to remember. 

The week may have been tough, there may have been more bumps than smiles, but in the end these are the moments that keep us going, the ones we need to remember.

We had some friends over for dinner this past week and as the sun was going down, Lindsay pulled out a little something special for the kids to play with ~ glow in the dark bubbles.

The kids ran down to the basement, turned all the lights off and within minutes we heard SHRIEKS of excitement, followed by “COME DOWN HERE AND SEE!!”

Glow in the dark bubbles

So we did. And then started laughing because there were glowing splatters everywhere. On walls. The floor. Kid’s faces…and soon on each one of us.

The pictures were horrible, because really…there is only so much one can do when it is pitch dark, there are bubbles involved and children will not stop moving!

glow in the dark bubbles on hand

But so.much.fun. Especially when you lie in bed at night and realize that you are glowing!


Ready to link up and share your moment this week?

Link up your moments to remember post below, be sure to provide a link back and be sure to use a permalink to link up your exact Moments to Remember blog post {not your blog home page}. Your post can be as simple as one photo, or as detailed as tons of photos and tons of words!  This linky is for homeschoolers, or families who are keeping their kiddos at home during the early years {we consider you homeschoolers too}.

When adding your link, just put your blog name for the title and choose an image from your post for the thumbnail.

Next week, link up with 1+1+1=1!

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  1. LOL those were so much fun to play with!! Thanks for dinner :-)

  2. Sylvia Phillips says

    This is my first visit! Cool glowing things and great resources! Thanks for sharing! I’m following you now and will check out your site. You can find me at http://faithfulmomof9.wordpress.com

  3. How did you make the bubbles glow?

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