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Alex says he wants to be a scientist when he grows up. When asked why he wants to be a scientist, he answers, “Because I’m curious every day!”
Since declaring this, he asks every morning if he can do his “daily experiment”. Sometimes we have specific potions we plan to test out, and other times I just let him create and explore by himself.
This morning he asked me to type “biggest experiment in the world” into the computer, to see what we would find for inspiration. Our exploration lead is to a YouTuber that goes by HelloMaphie. Continue reading
It all started with a breakfast picnic in the teepee, followed by a lion hunt, and then felt crown making…and all by 8 o’clock, in the morning! A sweet start to our day.
For a great tutorial on making felt crowns, visit Hellobee.
Anyone who knows me, knows my love for cooking. I have so many memories from childhood of cooking with my grandparents and friends. I actually started taking cooking classes when I was in first grade. A women down the street from us would charge all the neighborhood kids 50 cents each to learn a special recipe. We would all gather together, a children’s parade, and walk to her house together. No adult supervision, just a mob of kids each with two quarters in her (and his) pocket to learn such things as cupcakes in ice cream cones and quesadillas. They were simple, fun recipes, but enough to ignite an interest that would last into my adulthood. Continue reading
Ella and I enjoyed a day mixed with creative projects and cooking. When I was a little girl my Great Aunt Rose would come over to craft with my mom. She would always bring a little project for me to work on. Today, while I created some fun bean bags (inspired by the LovelyMorning blog) made from scrap pieces of felt and printed cotton, Ella worked on her felt collage! So much fun to see her little creative mind having fun. Later we made pumpkin muffins for Ella’s play group. Ella LOVES to cook!