November 30, 2020

Have you heard about story stones? They’re becoming so popular and I get questions all the time about how to use them AND how to make them. So today I’m sharing how easy it is for you to make your own at home as well as some tips on how to use them. I absolutely

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July 13, 2020

Our kids have always loved exploring creeks and waterways. There is so much fun to be had at the creek! You can find all kinds of critters, stack stones, play with the flow of water, splash around and cool off on a hot Summer’s day. The list goes on! It’s always been a goal to

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June 15, 2020

As soon as we found our new home, I knew I would be building the kids a new bigger mud kitchen that would allow all three of them to play alongside one another but still have plenty of individual space to do their own thing. Outdoor play is something that Casey and I both hold

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April 6, 2020

Sensory Play is an important part of early childhood development. Not only does it help to develop a solid foundation of scientific knowledge, it’s also a great way to get your little learners involved in exploring the world around them. Today I’m sharing some of my favourite nature sensory bottles! You can make many of

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September 4, 2019

I’m very inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophies, specifically the atelier. It’s a dedicated space where children can create art using open-ended materials and supplies. While we still have a crawling baby that gets into everything, we decided to go for a portable atelier where the children can set up at our dining table to

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