Friday, December 19, 2014

This Moment

 These are all simple, special, extraordinary moments of what learning looks like in our home. Moments I want to pause, savor, and remember.
 Inspired by SouleMama
 Sharing a bowl of snow with a few good friends. 
 Neighborhood gingerbread decorating party.. Pre-sugar rush ;)
Squirrel watching
 Sensory/light play
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12 comments:

  1. I just love those foxes. And your gingerbread looks a lot like ours!

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    1. Thanks. Do you use orange zest in your gingerbread?

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  2. He's a busy boy! Love the flour on the floor and no worries about it being there.

    I have a bit of color to our already long winter. http://robinfollette.com/moment-blue-jay/

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    1. Now why would I worry about the flour? That's what vacuum cleaners are for ;)

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  3. Looks like all good fun! Is that your kitchen flour on the last picture? I sure hope so. LOL! You are a brave women to not put down a tarp!

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    1. Tapioca starch... It flies a bit better and is cheaper than gluten free flour.. And the tarp... Well.. It was not so much being brave, more like not thinking things through. Ooops.

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  4. What lovely moments! I remember bringing snow in for my girls when they were little too! Such fun!

    Our moment comes from our Saint Lucia celebration last Saturday!
    http://ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2014/12/this-moment-on-saint-lucia-morning.html

    Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. Thank you. You have such lovely girls. So sweet.

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  5. Goodness, we have one of those foxes :) Looks like a great week at your place. Enjoy your weekend. Happy Winter Solstice. xo

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    1. Happy Solstice to you as well my friend.

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  6. Oh so many lovely moments - and I love the flour and light play; my girls would really enjoy it but I'm going to have to have a think as to where to put it to be able to clean up afterwards!!

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    1. We used a bed sheet after that first mess, but I must admit the first time was so much fun and I laughed the whole time cleaning it up.

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