This weekend is our weekend to celebrate! The 5th of May is special to us in so many ways. When people hear the date May 5th, they automatically think of Cinco de Mayo. What they don't know is that it is also your daddy's birthday and Korean Children's Day all rolled into one! That's right, we have 3 times the celebrating to do!
Since this day will honor both you and your dad, we thought a Father and Son multicultural project was in order. Pinatas are a perfect way to add a little Mexican culture to our Korean Children's Day festivities! Since Children's Day is all about the kiddos, we thought you would love to break open this project and find some yummies inside!
You and Daddy couldn't wait to get to work! We blew up the balloon, gathered strips of newspaper, and created the paste. (1 part water, 1 part flour, and a Tbsp. of salt) I wasn't sure how you would like getting your hands all sticky, but never fear, you dug right in!
When Daddy was finished preparing the pinata, you began to glue the tissue paper (and crush it!) for the finishing touches.
You and your dad create such a beautiful pinata! The last step to this project, was adding the treats. I decided to pick up some fruit snacks to stuff the pinata in anticipation of Cinco de Mayo and Korean Children's Day! We are all looking forward to busting this pinata open!