Motherhood has its own set of challenges, one of which is control. But, is it really control or just the strongest love possible?
Turtle Boy and his smile has lit my days for 10 months now. He’s so independent, determined, and opinionated about what he likes, wants, and needs.
It’s important to begin building important life skills even with toddlers. In today’s post, we’re talking kitchen and cooking.
A great homeschooling or general language learning giveaway! (6/3/16-6/13/16)
As I’m sure you’ve picked up from the series so far, Monkey Boy really is a great help around the house! And, what’s even better, he enjoys doing tasks that Hun and I do. Monkey Boy has always wanted to be involved in what we’re doing, whether it be work on the computer, writing, drawing, crafting, working on the car, remodeling the house, or even cleaning.
This natural living, whole foods, natural health care life requires the use of resources. They may be resources for me to learn, enhance my knowledge, or even affirm (or deny) what does come naturally to me. It’s so important to have many different resources on hand.
Monkey Boy learns right alongside both Hun and I. We believe that’s one of the best ways to learn various life skills. This series goes through some of the life skills Monkey Boy has learned and enjoys already.
Monkey Boy learns right alongside both Hun and I. We believe that’s one of the best ways to learn various life skills. This series goes through some of the life skills Monkey Boy has learned and enjoys already. Today we explore washing dishes!
We’ve plotted out a space in our yard. We’ve dug a trench and laid some fresh compost all following the Back to Eden method.
Continuining on in my series on life skills, this week we’re talking laundry and how Monkey Boy helps, while also learning.