Every mother who reads my blog will know what I'm talking about.
The 100th Day of School. And the associated project.
For those who are not mothers, or whose schools do not partake of this lovely (snort) new ritual, let me explain. The kids count each day of school. On the 100th day, there is a party. A parade. And each kid brings in their HUNDREDTH DAY PROJECT.
The Hundredth Day Project is this: each kid brings in 100 of something. Generally, the kid reminds the mom at approximately 3 minutes before carpool at which moment 100 chocolate chips, or cheerios, or raisins, are stuffed into a baggie as fast as possible. Every once in a while, we know in advance. Then we might string said cheerios, or glue the fruit loops on a poster board.
For my niece Esti, the Project Princess, as we call her, this just would. not. do.
She had a vision.
100 shapes in glitter.
And my amazing sister in law, Tamar, helped her do just that.
I hereby bring you: 100 shapes in glitter in honor of the 100th day of school by Esti.
I must say, Tamar is a saint.