After our exploding volcano, since we had a big mess already made and the baking soda and vinegar all ready to go, we figured we ought to explode some more stuff. So we brought out Fifty Dangerous Things You Should Let Your Children Do and made bag bombs. I hope we get to see these […]
Monthly Archives: March 2011
After weeks of hospital stays, family members staying with us, mama in pain and life a bit chaotic, things are finally settling down again. This weekend was all about being at home…together. And what does a family do on a cold day at home? Build a volcano and watch it explode, if course! Projects like […]
These children only wear shoes when we force them to, and just as soon as they can they free themselves of their foot-prisons. Now that spring has arrived (well, last week anyway… this week we’re back to cold), another season of outside exploring, playing, running, and creating– barefoot— has begun.
A homemade pinata and party hats, tinkerbell plates and cups, streamers and balloons, presents and friends, and a specifically requested chocolate-strawberry-swirl cake with chocolate-cream-cheese frosting. It was just what she ordered, and I think she enjoyed it. Our beautiful girl is six years old now.