Alex and I went over each t-shirt so he could decide just exactly how he wanted the 8 inch square placed on his shirts. It's his blanket, so he makes the final call. When a look of concern came about because the designs on a few shirts were much larger than our square, I suggested that we could take photos of his shirts in their original state so that he'll always know what they looked like. Happy with that solution, it was much easier to find a good square on each shirt.
Alex wants to make sure that I wait to work on it again when he's able to help me. Tim was working on a science project tonight while Alex and I began cutting out his squares, but he wanted to make sure that I would let him help with his stack of shirts, too.
It's moments like these that I want to remember forever...and am thankful for this blog in order to help me and the boys do so.
I love the memories we are beginning to make together as we begin making our memory blankets!
BMC, hand me down from Lance, Lego
BMC, first Upward jersey, homework
Alex picked out for daddy, Lego, Myrtle Beach
SpongeBob, Cozumel, Las Vegas from Gpa Roth
camo USA, basketball, BMC 2011,
yellow river field trip, (actually tim's shirt), gift from Ken & Anna
Mario, Vegas from Gma & Gpa Roth, Daddy's preschool shirt
World of Coke, Palmetto Baptist preschool 2007, basketball
baseball, New York from Gma & Gpa Roth, musical shirt from Grace
picked out for Mom, Palmetto Baptist preschool 2006, GA aquarium
1st Nascar race at Atl Motor Speedway, Upward practice shirt, coach pitch baseball
soft blue material, favorite, yard sale pick
favorite shorts from a yardsale, Mario pj's, Scooby Doo pj's
Carnival cruise, pj's, pj's
San Francisco t-shirt from Nana, first t-ball jersey, Tampa from Nana