Once we felt great-grandma was settled into her new home here I was just as anxious as the boys were to just hang out together in my home. They had invention crafts on their mind when they arrived. While the special tub where I store the invention craft supplies had been moved to make room for great-grandma the tub itself was just as the boys were used to. It was filled with all kind of inspiring objects!
My table was quickly filled with supplies and the invention lab was once again open for business. The youngest wanted to build a rocket. Not just any rocket but a rocket for Santa to get to and from the North Pole.
I asked about the reindeers and he said that they
could ride on the outside of the rocket!
He was very tickled at just how well the finished
rocket sleigh soared through the long hallways.
His older brother who has mastered the hot glue gun
invented a working crane.
It had a pulley system, moving parts, and a magnet
that picked up metal objects.
Great-grandma interacted very well with the boys while they were here. When the boys left (sooner than they really wished) I was very happy to hear great-grandma say; "That was really fun!"