Posts tagged #Carnival


Today is a day when we put everything in kids' hands here. What a day! Great excitement, laughter, jostling, running here and there, not a second in stillness.

It is interesting to observe how with putting on a costume and mask something new wakes up inside of the kids. Even the most calm and dreamy kids become wild and can't control themselves anymore.

At drama therapy they 'play' with different personalities most of the time, but at art therapy we try to collect information at the events like this one. Everything develops in a great speed, so it is a hard work as we need to be careful to stay focused and not to get soaked into the tornado too.

If you have problems with your kids, it's a good day today to observe them from a different perspective and see what else is hiding inside them. But you have to be careful to not be fooled by the mask's surface. Don't focus on its surface, instead observe, what the mask brings out of your child's personality.

It is a difficult task, I know, but it's worth it. However, don't forget to have fun today as well, laugh a lot and be creative. Let it be a day of new realizations. Enjoy!


Today we've painted on the white Winter's canvas with bright, happy colors!


We tricked her, pretending we're somebody else...


We played games and laughed...


We had a healthy Carnival lunch...


and then...


we let our spring wishes fly up in the sky!


I believe it's not the noise that drives away the Winter, but the colors! I hope you had a colorfuuuuul day, too!


We had fun this year on Mardi Gras (Carnival). So many smiles on faces, so many happy colors...

We saw some cute, little bees:

and there were cats chasing mice:

Luckily, the cutest mouse survived:

Even photographers were unique and colorful:

not to mention other masks:

Who wouldn't love this adorable Pippi Longstocking's smile??

We had fun, we've laughed, ate donuts, talked about this and that, we were squeezed in the crowd and we jumped up and down. I hope you had a great, happy day too!

Greetings from Pippi Longstocking Junior ;) ... from her changing room.