This time of year my daycare friends always love playing this game. Luckily I do not have to remember the words or melody. I just watch the YouTube video that morning and I am set! (How ever did we manage before YouTube?)
Surfing the web with your kids on a rainy day and looking for something new and different to impress them with? How about the vegetable orchestra? They have their own website, but this video on youtube sums it up nicely and caught my son’s attention with its tools, kitchen gadgets, music, and added playing with […]
I learned young that houses with small children are where good furniture comes to die. I inherited my first kitchen table from an aunt whose three children had spent the last 15 years breaking it in. No amount of cleaning could remove all the hidden patches of stickiness. When I eventually replaced that table I […]
Happy belated Thanksgiving! We snagged a great book from the library recently! In A Plump and Perky Turkey (written by Teresa Bateman and illustrated by Jeff Shelley) the turkeys all skip town before Thanksgiving and the town-folks try to trick them back, but (after pages of engaging illustrations and rhymes that please me) they end […]
There are many reasons to do it, but I’ll let Susan of Toddler Planet tell you why.
First, a note to friends and family: read nothing into this. Our life is full with two at the moment. We are still catching up on years of sleep deprivation. We are not pregnant! Now that that’s over with… I have met a lot of beautiful three kid families lately. Awesome kids, stellar moms, great […]
GreenerLoudoun is a blog for all you local folks interested in greening your lives. It covers a wide range of topics — from information on reuse and recycling, to how our choices affect local wildlife, to educational events suitable for children. The blog is interspersed with fascinating photographs, as well. Have a look!
I was just going to write a post on Douglass Park, but in googling for a link to its website I came across another site of interest. I Saw Your Nanny is a site where you can anonymously post accounts about nannies providing care you find to be questionable. As both a parent (who has […]
SuperNoVa Mom seems to have a lot in common with Active Family Services, LCC. Her blog is full of tips for local moms on places to go and things to do, but covers a wider region than ours. She publishes a weekend line up of DC Metro Area family events, has a separate blog listing […]