Paint Party

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”  ~Pablo Picasso

The years have gone by so fast and I can’t believe that Samay already turned six years old last November! I’m excited to finally be posting his paint-themed birthday party that we hosted a few months ago. Since we’ve been hibernating for the last few months, I may just blame this delay on the polar vortex! Whatever its, better late than never as the saying goes.

Just like every child, Samay loves to paint with his wet colors and paintbrush. My son’s idea of a paint-themed birthday party came about a couple of years through his quest of learning and his determination to master every skill introduced to him. Learning truly is his passion and his hobby!

To may super star: May you live your life with happiness and contentment. You have brought me pure joy since the moment you entered my life. Each day I’m reminded of the treasures you bring into my world as I watch you grow, absorbing the world around you, inquisitive an delighted to learn. You are what bliss looks like in a little boy. You inspire me everyday, in so many ways. Each day is special and every moment is precious because of you. The best parts of my day are your joy-infused smiles, tight hugs, sweet kisses, and when you suddenly put your little hands on my face and say, “You are my heart, Ma.” I live for that love and affection!

Here are the masterpieces of our little Picasso’s! I especially loved the idea of teaching kids the basics of painting one subject, in this case a gum ball machine, and seeing how they each added their own creative spin to the painting. Fun and colorful! What’s not to like?

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