My talented friend, Keenan told me all about Loom Bracelets (and necklaces, and key chains and dog leashes, etc) while I was in the US in November. His mom, my amazing friend Jen, and he decided that my boys had to have Rainbow Looms of their own to create to their hearts delight!
Well, yes, I do realize it’s AUGUST! But no one seemed to know how to teach them and I wasn’t up for YouTube tutorials on bracelet making. I knew the time would come!
Well the day finally arrived when the Buttershaw Team arrived, with two little girls and loads of Rainbow Looms and accessories of their own! They came prepared to do them with our kids, yay! So I quickly made a plan for them to come teach my boys and even the Littlies caught on!
Since I had an absolute plethora (love that word!) of Rainbow Loom items, I told the team to use theirs for the other kids in the center but please just come teach my boys. And they did, three afternoons in a row, for my three separate rooms!
So fun! They were all enthralled!
Keenan, everyone agrees though that the looms were a bit hard for my age boys and they did a lot better on their fingers.
What do you think, should I keep them trying at the looms, does it get easier?
Thanks Keenan, Jen and Dwight for your generous gift and thanks Buttershaw for your generous time and patience!