Ways to Be Present in Your Child's Day

40 Ways To Be Present in Your Child's Day

In the midst of a busy day it’s easy for mamas to think of our children as “tasks” rather than as “hearts” we need to connect with. Here are 40 Ways that you can be present in your child's day today!" When kiddo/moment gets crazy.

Clutter Free Forever.  Our grandparents knew some powerful secrets about staying organized that most of us have forgotten.   If you struggle...

Clutter Free Forever

Want to know the secret to staying clutter free forever? If you struggle with too much stuff, not enough storage space, or trouble keeping it all organized you will not want to miss these vintage tips on how to permanently rid your life of clutter!

Observant Children, favorite Charlotte Mason quotes

"An observant child should be put in the way of things worth observing." - Charlotte Mason Educational Quotes for reclaimed wood.

5 daily habits to keep the home tidy

5 daily habits to keep the home tidy

Previous Pinner: 5 daily habits to keep the home tidy. These helped a recovering slob gain control of her house.

Following the Thread | How to Tell a Story - David Sewell McCann, of Sparkle Stories, shares four easy steps for telling an intuitive story. Most important, start talking, trusting that it is right - via Crafting Connections, guest contributor Sparkle Stories

How to Tell a Story

David Sewell (of Sparkle Stories) shares some tips on how to get started with Intuitive Storytelling. Do you tell stories to your children? Do you use storytelling as a way to redirect? Deal with difficult issues?

The Great Outdoors (a nature photography scavenger hunt) http://sunnydaytodaymama.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/the-great-outdoors-nature-photography.html

The Great Outdoors (a nature photography scavenger hunt)

blooms in vintage bottles

Top Table Decoration; David Austin Roses (BridesMagazine.co.uk)

Pinned as centrepiece plan. Fresh picked assortment of colourful flowers in a collection of old jars I love this! All different colors mixed together for a country wildflower feel. So laid back and easy.

The World in a Jar

The World in a Jar

My Fabuless Life: The World in a Jar - bottle up sand and small treasures for a vacation/ special place souvenir= bottled memories. write location and date on a hang tag from office supply store and attach with baker's twine.

Project journal — parent’s | Project Based Homeschooling

"A parent’s project journal — advice for documenting children’s learning" by Lori Pickert, Project-Based Homeschooling PBH (same image, different post)

perfectly wild ~ the journals of giddy giddy

wild flowers book-- collect and press flowers while trailhiking or around your campsite.

Inside my project journal | Project Based Homeschooling

One of my favorite journaling posts EVER! From Project Based Homeschooling :: Inside my project journal — documenting children’s self-directed learning

...constantly making exciting discoveries

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.I just love making discoveries in my disorderly basement!

mamascout: {life lab} the stories we attach to our stuff

mamascout: {life lab} the stories we attach to our stuff - great article on culling the clutter

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