This year, after talking through the options of what we could do to keep our kids active and keep them safely away from others we decided that we needed to embrace winter.
So here we are, in the midst of a pandemic and we are weekly reinventing how we interact in the world. So what do we do about Halloween? Because we have a bunch of high-risk people in our house we are looking for some… Continue Reading “Halloween in Pandemic”
I love the idea of being the kind of person who is organized enough to have a bin of seasonally specific decorations and changing my decor based on my season. That appeals to me. My mom is one of those people who is a… Continue Reading “Crafting Through Fall”
This week has ushered in the beautiful changing seasons and all of a sudden in the midst of the crisp fall air I want to go for car rides to see the beautiful leaves, drink pumpkin spice coffee and decorate for Halloween. Our family… Continue Reading “Falling into Tennis- Love-Love”
Birthdays always generate a lot of excitement around our house. And, in truth, we have a lot of birthdays to celebrate. They seem to cluster around August and September in our family and so it feels like we have been celebrating a birthday every… Continue Reading “Pandemic Birthdays”
It has been a number of months that we have had the Aerogarden and most of our plants have grown beautifully, despite my attempts to harvest (which end up being more like bad haircuts). For the dill, I trimmed more than one third of… Continue Reading “Experimenting With the AeroGarden”
How are. you seeing the world differently with home-based learning? What are you doing to make science engaging?
Do you have more me time during this unusual state of things or are you overwhelmed with things to do?
What do you do in the midst of pandemic? You create your own fun. Let me tell you about our top five favorite family activities.
In our homeschooling, we are working on learning a bit about the water cycle. You might remember the old kids hand-motion that show evaporation, condensation and precipitation. As we are learning away, making references to our new garden and delineating what is needed for… Continue Reading “But How will we water it?”