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True story. When I was pregnant with my son, I was so sick. I had terrible ‘morning’ sickness. But you couldn’t really call it morning sickness. It should have been called morning until night (and sometimes while you are trying to sleep sickness). I had an awful time keeping anything down. For a while, Otter Pops were the only thing that I could keep down. Something about the sugar and the cold, I guess.
So, needless to say, I have a certain fondness for Otter Pops. (I used to joke with my husband that my son was going to come out as an ice-cube!) My kids definitely love Otter Pops, too. My daughter’s favorite is Alexander the Grape (mine, too!) and my son’s is Louie-Bloo Raspberry.
Summer is the perfect time for a cold treat. We love to go out on the porch in the afternoon to have a little snack. I love that Otter Pops are self-contained in their own wrapper. Regular popsicles on a stick always end up dripping in a sticky mess all over the floor, and all over hands and clothes!
Did you know that the Otter Pop Stars have their own website? They have cool facts about each of the band members. You can download music, watch videos and there is even more fun stuff from each of the band members. Strawberry Short Kook shows how to make your very own drum sets.
In honor of our love for Otter Pops, the kids decorated their very own otter coloring pages I found online.
I got out a bunch of art supplies and let them be creative!
Quick, impromptu art projects are a huge sanity saver for me over the summer months with both kids at home all day. I think the kids spent almost a full half hour on their masterpieces! Aren’t they cute? (My daughter is a fan of the HUGE google eyes!)
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