Wildling sensory science, lots of home experiments + builds, then a fairy house project that turned out amazing – three beautiful houses in our front garden bed!
Long before we had kids, George and I always found somewhere to BE in the mountains this time of year. It’s just rejuvenating to meander outside as the seasons shift. Now we pretend this fall tradition is “for Wilder’s birthday.”
We spent Sunday to Wednesday running and doing, then a long Thursday of inspired reading and self-directed home projects. While we may agree on what we’re doing for the week, it’s also been tiring.
We spent the week stacking new habits onto old ones, aiming for a little bit more structure each week until we ramp up to our full fall schedule.
When we have a fun, outdoorsy week like this one, I’m so thankful our summers don’t end with butts in desks.
Good morning and welcome to another complaint session with your host, Christine. Hi! I am here today to discuss the pressures of seeing friends when it’s unsafe to bring them together and there are too many to juggle through a week. It’s weird to complain about your friends, even indirectly, but I’m doing it anyway.Continue reading “Limited Visibility – Seeing Families One at a Time”