It's been a while since I let the kids have at it in the kitchen, giving into the inevitable mess and just enjoying their glee as I stand back and watch. Today was one of those days. There may have been a few spills, but the end result-ooey, gooey s'more-filled goodness. Worth it. So. Worth. It.
And, as long as we were having campfire snacks, why not make an actual campfire, right? This one was courtesy of Kiwi Crate. I subscribed us for the summer months knowing there would be a rainy day here or there that needed a source of entertainment other than the iPad or TV. June's crate theme: Camping.
This was by far one of my favorite crates. This campfire is well thought out. There is a little fire ring made of clay and rocks. The fire itself is a plastic cup and tissue paper. It makes a cover for a flickering, battery-operated tea light. With a skewer and a cotton ball, our indoor camping experience is complete.
This kids are having a blast with them. Although, poor Maxwellie keeps burning his marshmallows.
Channing: "Max! Max!! Your marshmallow is on fire!!!"