March Break Memories - Toronto Teacher Mom

March Break Memories

Tuesday, March 03, 2015

As part of our March Break tradition, my kids and I meet up with my friend and her two girls. We live in two different cities so it is always a sweet reunion. For the past few years now, we've made it a part of our tradition to take the kids to Crock A Doodle and paint some pottery. The kids never tire of the idea and it is really neat to watch their painting skills improve year after year. These photos were taken during our first time there four years ago when my son was two and my daughter was five. Look at how cute they are in these pics! Looking forward to making more precious memories...

March Break fun at Crock A Doodle
March Break fun at Crock A Doodle

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32 COMMENTS

  1. What a great trip to get together, creating such great memories!
    Would love to have you stop by this week to share your blog in our WW!
    Hope you enjoy your day!
    Karren

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  2. For march break this year, we are spending time at the local indoor playground, and possibly to the falls for the day!

    So much more to do in T.O than here.....sigh.

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  3. Looks like a really cool place. Enjoy the March break.

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  4. Awww I wish I can do this! Meet friends and have our child/children play together. Everyone I know is at home and I havent made any friends here yet.

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  5. What a nice tradition! Enjoy March Break when it gets here. (Judy Cowan)

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  6. Looking forward to seeing what you end up doing!

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  7. It looks like a fun break to me. I love craft time.

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  8. How special is that! Awesome! Teresa from NanaHood

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  9. Can you believe that I've never been to one of these painting places?! They look SOOOO fun! My kids could make me more mugs for my hoarding! lol

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2015/03/peek-at-my-week-0304-wordlesswednesday.html

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  10. What a great way to enjoy getting together with friends. Love it. And crock a doodle is a lot of fun (we've been to the Blue Mountain one)

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  11. My neighbour takes her 3 children on a regular basis. They never tire of the place.

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  12. Lovely and adorable children!

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  13. Oh how fun!! My oldest had a chance to paint pottery once. He brought home an airplane. I think he'd enjoy doing it again.

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  14. We adore Crock A Doodle! Looks like you had an amazing time :)

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  15. Aww cute! It's always great to see kids enjoying art time!

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  16. Looks they're having such a great time! Adorable shots - thanks for sharing! :)

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  17. Seems kids were enjoying their time.Cute pictures....

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  18. I wish I had a Crock a Doodle around here. My 5 year old son would love it.

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  19. They are cute! I bet they had a lot of fun at Crock a Doodle. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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  20. My daughter is grown up and I miss these traditions. It made March break extra special.

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  21. I'm ready to make some March Break memories next week!

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  22. I'm all set for March break, bring it on!

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  23. It's nice that they enjoy going there, it's nice to see the work they do every year and how it changes as they grow!!

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  24. Our Spring Break officially begins today and we really need to find some activities like this to help make it fun! We are doing swimming & parks & sleepovers with friends but it will be a LONG 10 days!

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  25. What a great Spring Break Tradition you have! Your little ones were so adorable when they were tinier!

    RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

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  26. Looks like a wonderful March Break tradition. Nothing like having fun with artistic stuff

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