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Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 8

this week’s gratitude is for one of his favorite books: “Z goes home”.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 7

this week’s gratitude is actually a card for his teacher.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 6

this week’s gratitude is for paper airplanes.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 5

this week’s gratitude is a birthday card for his teacher Ms. Cook.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 4

Here’s his next page. He was grateful for meme and poppy (his paternal grandparents) for taking him on walks to collecting leaves.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 4

Here’s his next page. He was grateful that he and his paternal grandparents (mémé and poppy) went exploring in nature together.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 3

Here’s his next page. He was grateful that he’s been watching daddy play plants vs. zombies.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Week 2

Here’s his next page. He was grateful that this boy Tejes gave him a spiderman pencil at school.

there we go. more next time.


Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages is a weekly project for 2013 with my almost four-year-old son. You can see a detailed post on my goal other details here.

Nathaniel’s Gratitude Pages – Intro and Week 1

Since I am doing a gratitude project with David, I wanted to do one with Nathaniel, too. I took an old sketchbook I had and we’re altering each page, using whatever supplies he wishes. He doesn’t fully understand the concept of gratitude yet but I know that practice will help. And, worst case, we get to do some art together.

These pages might look great, funny, weird. He’s only 3.5 after all.

With that, here’s his first page. He used a spray with my help on this one. The next one is a bit less pretty. Gaby is his 3rd grade buddy at school.

there we go. more next time.

Letters with Nathaniel – U, V, W, X, Y and Z

Here are the rest of our letters:

Yey! Grateful for this project with Nathaniel!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – S and T

Here are S and T:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here are some photos of him working on his pages:

coloring

the glue:

and more gluing:

and more coloring:

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – R

Here’s R:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

It was way too dark to take photos of Nathaniel while he was working this time.

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.