Culture of Creativity

Welcome to Week One of the month-long Carnival of Creative Mothers to celebrate the launch of The Rainbow Way: Cultivating Creativity in the Midst of Motherhood by Lucy H. Pearce.  Today’s topic is Nurturing a Culture of Creativity at Home. Be sure to read to the end of this post to find a list of…

Letter to Littles: February 2012

I am writing a monthly letter to my children, usually the last week of the month. I hope to capture these moments in time because they go so quickly. I hope you will join me in writing a monthly letter to your children and linking it up here. Feel free to grab the badge for…

Playing Follow the Leader

Welcome to February edition of the Authentic Parenting Blog Carnival, hosted by Authentic Parenting and Mudpiemama. This month, participants have looked into the topic of “Fostering Healthy Attachment”. Please scroll down to the end of this post to find a list of links to the entries of the other participants. Enjoy! *** Homeschooling is making…

Letter to Littles: January 2012

I am writing a monthly letter to my children, usually the last week of the month. I hope to capture these moments in time because they go so quickly. I hope you will join me in writing a monthly letter to your children and linking it up here. Feel free to grab the badge for…

A Conversation About MLK

I was driving in the car to Lego Homeschool Engineering class with my 5yo, when he asked, “Mom, when is our next holiday to celebrate?” “Martin Luther King, Jr Day is next. Do you know who that is?” “No. Who is that?” “Martin Luther King is a hero. He was a warrior for peace and…

Letter to Littles: November 2011

Inspired by Sausage Mama, I am writing a monthly letter to my children. I hope to capture these moments in time because they go so quickly. To quote Amber Strocel, “blink and you miss it.” (two great, positive blogs, please check them out) I hope you will join me in writing a monthly letter to…

Letter to Littles: October 2011

Inspired by Sausage Mama, I am writing a monthly letter to my children. I hope to capture these moments in time because they go so quickly. To quote Amber Strocel, “blink and you miss it.” (two great, positive blogs, please check them out) I hope you will join me in writing a monthly letter to…