Kimmy, our daughter, is a Home School mom of 6 kids,
She also has a Home School class that she teaches once a month,
for younger children.
Friends, neighbors and church familes, have signed up their
younger children to learn about God's creation.
What a special time for the youngsters to learn
how to sit, create, play, listen, share and
have fun while doing all of this.
The moms enjoy time with the little ones plus visiting with other moms.
It's always held outside,
in their beautiful backyard, year round!
This year Ila May has graduated out of the class but wanted to still be apart of the fun.
Kimmy recruited her, as her assistant,
along with a special girlfriend.
We thought it would be fun to identify the assisstants, by wearing an apron.
Kimmy, "Mom can you make aprons for Ila May and her friend?"
So off to the store to find the perfect material.
We looked at several colors and different prints.
This is the one we came up with!
Back and front
Ila had a specific style she wanted.
No patterned needed for this adorable apron.
(Pockets will be added on soon.)
What would we do without YouTube?
ready for students.
I added an extra long ties to make
The girls are ready to help, if needed.
Kimmy with her assistiants.
Grammy-Goo with the girls.
I found a gift bag that almost is the same print!
I ended up making a total of four aprons.
You never know if there will be more assistants in the future.
We are ready, just in case.
As each has recieved a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace.
1 Peter 4:10
The aprons are so cute! And what a great idea to keep the girls a part of the group. I'm sure they are great helpers.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh...Love those aprons! Those kind of classes are the best! That is so wonderful your daughter is doing that.ReplyDelete
We used to host what my second born daughter called, V.O.H., Vessels of Honor. She taught around 40 girls give or take homemaking skills and Bible lessons on being a godly young lady. A very sweet time.
LOVE those aprons!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful aprons, and a beautiful setting!ReplyDelete
Love the pictures and those aprons! Adorable! Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete