What do you do with a very mobile, very explorative one-and-three-quarter-year-old who needs and wants stretching in the mobility department, but who is yet too small for stilts, scooters and tricycles (the latter literally - he cannot reach the pedals with his feet!)? We found this game in the local library. It consists of two … Continue reading DIY Toddler Walking Game
Apparently, genderless parenting is a thing now. You read about it everywhere, it's mentioned in the news and people pride themselves in not conforming to gender stereotypes with their own children. It made me think back to how I was parented, and how I parent both of my children now. Back in 1980s Eastern Germany, … Continue reading Genderless parenting… or just parenting?
Last Christmas my only wish list item was a die cutter, to make all the intricate cards I've been yearning to try my hands out on in months beforehand. It's now a much-loved item in my card-making tool collection and I frequently add to it by buying a few more - reasonably generic, but nonetheless … Continue reading Card Making for Every Occasion