Evenings don’t have to be full of fuss and stress. Having a rhythm and set nap and bedtimes can make your whole household’s life better!
Mornings don’t have to be complicated. While toddlers need the time, space, engagement, and resources to learn, they don’t always need the Pinterest worthy craft or activity to do it.
Every Friday, I’ll add our current book haul (with links) to this post. So, feel free to come back often for more book ideas! I don’t know… Read more “Friday Book Haul”
What is Montessori? Read more for a brief summary of the origins of Montessori education and the practical principles for every day use.
If you’re following along on how to make your own Montessori weaning placemats, here’s the supply list and my favorite embroidery tutorials (they’re super short). I made… Read more “Easy DIY Montessori Weaning Placemat Supplies”
We’re talking all about our favorite pre toddler (12 month) toys and activities in this post. Links and DIY in included!
Childcare is a complex and individual family decision. Difficulty finding quality and affordable childcare can keep one parent, usually a woman, our of the workforce. This is what is working for us.
Montessori practices encourage parents to let their child use breakable plates, bowls, and glasses. While great in practice, adjusting these expectations to childcare settings and travel can be difficult. We’re still searching for the right away from home cup. In the meantime, here’s how we combine classic Montessori with our life.