Actress Jennifer Garner is having craft time all by her lonesome, as it seems her three kids have officially outgrown of their creative bonding time.
The superstar is known for posting hilarious mom moments on social media. From her elaborate Halloween costume to taking her kiddo to the bus stop in a bathrobe, this latest share is no exception.
Jennifer shared a video on Instagram of herself sitting alone, in pajamas, cutting out paper snowmen, with the caption, “If this holiday morning finds you at home with little ones—this video of my family’s favorite lazy morning tradition is for you.”
Jennifer Garner Get Crafty by Herself Now That Her Kids Are Too Old For It
According to the adorable mama, her “favorite lazy day tradition” is no longer a hit with her children, 14-year-old Violet, 11-year-old Seraphina, and 7-year-old Sam. The Peppermint star is seen cutting out pieces of white craft paper while sharing that the activity is her “favorite thing to do with toddlers except the problem is that my toddlers have grown up.”
She goes on to share that she’s not going to let the reality of older children, who she co-parents with ex-husband Ben Affleck, stop her from getting creative when she feels the need to. “It’s the only art I can do so I’m going to do it anyway.”
She even adds a “bold” red scarf, hat, and sparkles to her creation. Shortly after posting the video, hundreds of people—including Sara Foster—offered to drop their kiddos off at her house for a few hours of creativity. Foster wrote, “Come pick up Josie and I’ll go back to sleep while you do art with her.”
We’re pretty sure we couldn’t love this relatable mom any more than we do right now and would happily make paper snowmen with her anytime.
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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