We love puddles around here, the bigger the better. We even do rain dances on really boring days in the hopes of attracting some puddles.
I wanted something fast and easy to put in Kai’s Easter basket. I did an quick inventory of her clothes and toys and realized all her playsilks were on the small side and since she loves peekaboo and wearing towels as scarfs, it might be time for big playsilks.
We have officially named our little educational endeavor. You are now looking at the director, teacher and janitor of the Rowan Forge Forest School.
We deviated from our normal routine because I had to go out of town. To make it up to a cranky toddler who doesn’t like long car trips, I scheduled in a stop at Edventure in Columbia, SC. This was the best choice of the trip! Almost every part of the museum was an accessible for Kai, who is currently 18 month old.
One of the things that drew me to Reggio Emilia early childhood education philosophy was the idea of process art. Process art is about the journey, exploring materials, learning about textures and colors. Wet on Wet Watercolor is the perfect process art for toddlers.
I’ve gotten asked how to actually get people to buy cloth diapers off your registry a couple times now over on Instagram, and I spent this week helping one of my best friends register for her first cloth diapered baby, so I though I’d write a bit on making cloth diapers appealing registry gifts.