Reading to babies is kind of a thing around here.
Just some pictures of Petra playing in our yard in the first golden light of Spring. I think we’re going to need to build a bigger sandbox. The tractor tire […]
I’m so glad I read Bedtiming, by Dr. Marc D. Lewis and Dr. Isabela Granic. I’m not super into parenting books, although I make the following exceptions: Books that are by someone […]
Silas is, unfortunately, in the age of irrational fears. I know it’s developmentally totally normal. It’s a sign that he’s discovering that the world is bigger (and maybe scarier) than […]
Rumor has it that we’re supposed to get more cold weather and possibly snow. Of course. Just when Silas is finally back to BEGGING to play outside, we’re going to […]
Petra is nearly one-and-a-half, which is a simultaneously frustrating and magical age. She does so many things that are more “little kid” than “big baby,” and everyday, she surprises me […]
How Silas starts his morning: Ready or not, here I come, Mama! Silas correctly used the word “zero” at breakfast today, as he was counting the raisins he had left […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! What’s St. Patrick’s Day? It’s a day when we celebrate being Irish. I don’t want to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Dad interjects: It’s okay, kid, you’re […]
Mama, this is a boring book. Oh, that’s not a boring book. Why would you say that? Then will you read it to me? Well played, little man. Well […]
Silas was quite excited to find this painting of the Great Wall at King Street Gallery in Strasburg yesterday.