Mom Fails, Purim, Bags & #GrabYourCoffee
I know, I know, enough blue hair!! But then these photos are hard not to share. Most of them done with my pro camera during my volunteering work at photo-shooting my son’s gan (kindergarten) Purim party. Obviously I can only share the ones from my own baby.
This is my boy; who didn’t want to be Batman or Spiderman, he wanted to be Nemala (ant). That’s right, an ant. I was like… What the hell?? Where do I get such a thing? Off to Tel Aviv I went to buy supplies for my work and to look for a ‘nemala’ costume. To my surprise, I got it after 4 hours of running around the busy telavivian shops full of Purim costumes. Once I got home, tired AF, I realized it was a grasshopper… (mom fail #1 for child #2). Why couldn’t he tag along with the trends? Lol. He was over the moon, my grateful boy and he wore his ‘nemala’ / grasshopper costume with full dignity.
My girl: wanted to be a kala (bride). I bought the materials to make the skirt part for her… Easy, right? The problem was time, as always… So…we bought the dress the day before the party (time to give up mama. (Mom fail #1 for child #1).. And that same day, the day before dressing up as a kala, she tripped on something (still trying to figure out what) and she fell on her face on a sidewalk. I freaked out. I was sure she broke a tooth. I grabbed ice from a random store and drove home feeling so damn guilty, I wanted to cry. Mom fail #2 for child#1 (Luckily my baby girl is ok 🌞 Dentist confirmed).
I love colorful Purim, always!! But this one has been the most colorful one in all my time in Israel.
PS: I am still writing about an awesome Purim party, my creative costume and this new purse. Can you tell I’m into dressing up? 🙂