Keeping the kids busy. Here is a list of 13 things I made with things I had lying around and never thought of using. Like painting with bubble wrap. They especially love rainbow experiments!
Years ago when my husband and I met, there were a couple of questions I had. Does he want to live abroad and does he like to ski. Big things that a person is or is not open too. And it could potentially be a deal breaker of starting a relationship. It turned out he had […]
So many children, so many different eating styles When we hit the 6 month milestone, we are always extra excited. It is time for us to introduce food to our babies, using Baby-Led Weaning. Will they be good eaters? Babies with Allergies Maximan, our child with many allergies. With Maximan I stood in the kitchen to prepare […]
Guest post written by: Varya for The Art of Home Education Welcome back to this monthly series on engaging siblings of different age into activities together. Today I will talk about the emphasis I always make on how it is important to nurture creativity in your children. They are such a source of inspiration for […]
I thought we had all of our unschooling preparations, our study materials, our play materials in order. Both Maxi- and Midiman know where everything is and if they want something they get it and when they’re done, they put it back in place. At least, that is the idea. Cleaning after they’re done is something […]
Update: The boys have played with this sand for months. Until we moved and we couldn’t move a filled sand box. I made it again and what I have learned in the meantime is definitely make sure the sand doesn’t get wet. If it gets wet, let it dry first, before playing with it again. […]