Sunday, January 12th 2014
Rainbow Debris. EVERYWHERE.

The Rainbow Loom has taken over this home. It’s that plastic peg thing that kids are making rubber band bracelets on…? OH. It consumes all waking hours here. And sleeping ones.

I woke up twice last night because I had little rubber bands sticking to my skin because they had gotten loose in my bed and then it was affecting my dreams. The rainbow loom requires approximatley 1.3 billion tiny rubber bands per user. And we have 2 addicts currently, so that’s approximately 2.6 billion rubber bands in this home right now.

But there are definitely advantages. Caden-9yr and Seth-8yr work together quietly and happily for hours at a time every day. Caden-9yr gets so consumed with it all that he stays out of everyone’s business. It is BIZARRE not to have Caden-9yr in everyone’s business all the time. I mean, house dynamics totally flipped out when that happened.

Ethan-13yr griped one day that he wouldn’t have gotten in trouble for something one day if Caden-9yr had just been IN HIS BUSINESS like he usually is. Weird thing is, that conclusion was completely correct. But his brother had gotten up early for school, gotten himself ready, and allotted an hour and a half to peaceful bracelet making in his room alone and had no interest in anyone else’s drama for once.

He can stir up trouble even like THAT. He’s good, that one.

I’m currently wearing a bracelet that each of them made. One is a waterfall. Whatever that is. And one is a bowtie switchback. Whatever that is. But they’re pretty. All the bracelets that come out of this home have brown and black dog hairs interwoven with love into the pattern. It’s a bonus feature.

I’m refraining from telling them that their dad is numerous child support payments behind and maybe they want to sell those hairy things on ebay to help replenish their supply. ┬áBut I won’t.

I have to tear them away from this to take them to church. Wish me luck.


8 Comments on “Rainbow Debris. EVERYWHERE.”

January 12th, 2014
10:25 am

That’s so cute!!! They should garnish his wages!!! Those boys are going to need more rubber bands! :-)

January 12th, 2014
9:10 pm

Reminds me of the potholder looms we had as kids. We did in fact sell potholders galore, for 25 cents each, which kept us in loops for looming more potholders.
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January 22nd, 2014
10:14 pm

Suddenly, for once I’m glad my boys are almost all grown up. Those bracelets are cute, but oh my hell, those little bands everywhere would drive me crazy. It’s so awesome that your boys are into making them tho!
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March 20th, 2014
5:45 pm

Miss reading about your life! I know you must be busy with the job change and boys…. but let us know how your neck of the woods are going

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August 4th, 2014
6:22 am…

Holy Mama! ┬╗ Rainbow Debris. EVERYWHERE….


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