We have a thing about books in our household. We have more books than we have shelves. We’re working on Mäuschen’s collection as well; thankfully the library is quite close and we are able to have a large rotating selection of board books, needing only to […]
Perhaps that title is a bit deceiving, as Mausi isn’t yet speaking any language. She will sign, for ‘milk’, ‘eat’, ‘water’, ‘more’, ‘finished’ and various foods, but she hasn’t yet spoken.
Apart from the signing, which is another thing altogether, we’re speaking to Mausi in both English and German. More precisely, Mausi’s daddy is speaking […]
After hours spent scouring the internet for the perfect wooden toddler push-cart, I finally found one…
It had a wonderful natural oiled finish, wooden wheels with a rubber strip added for traction, a nifty break setting so that the wagon wouldn’t scoot away from new walkers, was handmade in a Continue Reading →
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