So, of course when it came out in theaters, it was on our list of must-see movies to rent.
Lo and behold, we finally rented it and hyped up a movie night for last night. Everybody was super-excited, poised and ready.
And the cable/Internet went out.
Sarah and Will went with the flow, though, and we watched it yesterday.
The Bar-ba-loots are my personal favorite, and not just because "bar-ba-loot" is one of the frothiest words ever created.
I saw some marshmallow and chocolate Teddy Grahams Bar-ba-loot snacks on Pinterest, so we noshed on those.
In the spirit of beating a dead horse, the little guys colored some Loraxes,
and painted Truffula trees.
I loved this cloud activity from this blog, but thought my peeps might not be satisfied with just using white paint. So, we added food coloring to our glue-and-shaving-cream mixture, and came up with a rainbow of colors, just like the Truffula fluff.
Sarah made stars:
Will made mountains and Bar-ba-loots:
I contributed with a rainbow.
The movie made such an impression on Sarah that she asked to walk to choir practice last night, so we wouldn't "make dirty air".