Neighborhood Window Walk

Hi Friends! How are we all doing? It seems so surreal the life we are living in right now. Before I start this post I feel I need to say if any of you reading this are grocery store workers, nurses, doctors, custodians, deliverers, people who are putting themselves out there to benefit us in any way, you all are my heroes and I’m so grateful for what you are doing. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

To get fresh air and for our emotional well being during this time we are going on multiple walks throughout the day. To make the walks a little more exciting and fun for the kiddos we put together a Neighborhood Window Walk and would love it if you would participate in it as well! The idea is to have your kids draw, color, cut and paste, however they would like, the scheduled drawing and hang it in your window so other passerby’s can see it while they are talking a walk. It not only provides an activity for your kids, but it also is fun to spot similar art in other people’s home! It’s like a scavenger hunt to see if they can find them!

If any of you are like me here is a PRINT OUT for you to use as reference. If you do participate in this activity please share your photos with us! We would love to see them! Thinking of all you parents during this time! We are in this together.

Melissa Gammon
Melissa is a mom of a 2 year old and expecting her second child any day now! She's a foodie, loves spending time with her family and friends, enjoys reading a good book, designing, crafting and taking as many family adventures as possible. Fitting that in of course is a juggling act between being a busy stay at home mom, but she wouldn't want it any other way. Before having kids she studied and worked in architecture. She and her husband have lived in Chicago, Norfolk, Va, San Francisco and just recently moved back to Madison. You can also read about her adventures on her personal blog


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