First she was carried in a stretchy wrap, then a woven wrap and ring sling, and then the Ergo was added to the mix…so it really isn’t all that surprising that now, at 21 months, she also wants to have a something on her back. It’s a good place […]
We seem to be stuck between two puzzles at the moment. Simple peg puzzles just don’t seem to cut it anymore, yet more complex puzzles are still just a smidge out of Mausi’s reach.
After watching Mausi fly through her two peg puzzles again in the middle […]
With hot summer sun streaming through the windows it is hard to even imagine cooler temperatures again…knitting a wool bonnet in July seems like the last thing I should be doing!
It’s not really something that I am focusing on, but from day to day if I have […]
“In einem unbekannten Land, vor garnicht all zu langer Zeit, war eine Biene sehr bekannt…”
“Und diese Biene, die ich meine nennt sich Maja, kleine, freche, schlaue Biene Maja…”
We borrowed a German children’s book from a friend at our CSA pick-up this past week (thanks again K and little Biene […]
Summer is now in full swing and trees form an integral part of a child’s day outdoors…they provide shade, are to be climbed, provide homes for backyard gnomes, fairies and elves, house bird nests and maybe even a family of raccoons and their branches are made to be swung from. Wooden toy treehouses are the […]
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