Tag : spring

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Yard work occupies much of our time these days, trying to make up for the years when we neglected the garden because of homeschooling or babies or travel. I meant to prune our roses in February or March but it just didn’t work out. And now I need to do it before things get out …
Watch Me Hop is geared more for younger kids, I think, although at 3 Nino still enjoys moving it back and forth to see the pictures move. The book features “lenticular technology” which is a really fun phrase to teach toddlers who can’t quite say their Ls and Rs yet. The book also reminds Nino …
These are some of the books that we’ve been reading and reading since spring. I considered posting others that he liked but weren’t as good and to put my “Not Recommended” notes on them, but thought it might be more productive to post books here that are KEEPERS. Celebrates the dad-child relationship especially at this …
…. are really only lovely and adorable in books. In real life, they are mean things that deserve to be put in paella. Yesterday, I had 6 beautiful, unopened crocus buds. We were looking forward to taking pictures and sketching them this morning. Today, I have 3 crocus blooms, and 3 bitten-off purple stumps. I …
I don’t know what these are (yet) or I’ve forgotten; they’re right in the front yard welcoming guests
Playing with photo editing software
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