How to make quick and easy play dough by cooking it in your instant pot or electric pressure cooker.
Jenn was wearing underwear before her second birthday. Emma was so strong-willed she refused to accept help in getting dressed from a time before she could even say a simple sentence. And Rhett was putting on his own shoes by 9 months. And while some of this is self-guided, we believe in empowering our kids […]
Through singing songs and silly faces, I introduced Jenn, Emma, and Rhett to the different parts of the face while breastfeeding each day. So from around 9 months old I started teaching them about the parts of the body and it was their official introduction to our tot school theme about body parts and bodily functions. This […]
Listening to Jenn, my 5-year-old, I hear her uninhibited enthusiasm each afternoon. She always gives a play-by-play and I am taken on a roller coaster of emotions as she tells the story of her day. Her soft blue eyes grow wide as she talks about big emotions, obstacles overcome, and the shocking scandals only kindergarteners […]
When Jenn was 14 months old, we started “tot school” where I introduced her to colors, shapes, numbers, and fascinating learning experiences. It deepened her understanding of how the world around her worked and fueled her ever-frowing curiosity. With wide eyes and a few squeals of fear, she learned about suction from a vacuum cleaner. […]
In case you haven’t heard, but you probably have, there will be a total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. They’re fairly rare to happen over the same city, but they do happen regularly in different parts of the world every few years. This year, it will be tracking right across the United States from […]