A week or two ago Rowan and I ventured out to the library and wandered the stacks in the children’s area. We have a decent collection of fairy tales that I like to browse whenever we visit, and it was while I was doing just so that my little one brought my attention to the… Continue reading Books, lately.
Lately, wildflowers sprout in Piper’s butterfly garden. Baby lettuces form their first true leaves in a raised bed. A plot of earth surrounded by bricks waits to be tended and made ready for seeds of all sorts: radish, eggplant, watermelon, sunflower. Carrots, tomatoes, beets, and peas. Sweet sugar snap peas. Inside, Rowan pulls himself along… Continue reading Lately
I have neglected writing a proper post here for some time. A lot has happened and changed in our lives since I last had a weekly or even monthly blogging rhythm. First, almost a year and a half ago we lost Bee, my husband’s mother (though she was Mom to me, too). I haven’t written… Continue reading Been a while // Where we’ve been
I have been enjoying the children’s books we have been bringing home from the local libraries as much as Piper has been. I wanted to share a few titles with you, so that you might enjoy them, too. By Roseanne Thong: Noodle Magic, Round Is a Mooncake, Round Is a Tortilla, and Red Is a… Continue reading A list of recent favorite children’s books.
This morning Piper and I enjoyed a bit of baking. Once the kitchen table was cleared and wiped down, I brought out all of our mixing bowls and ingredients to set up in our fresh work space. Even though I keep a lot of baking equipment tucked away in the lower shelves of our cabinets,… Continue reading A festive morning spent baking bread
I love reading time with Piper. On dreary days especially, we like to climb into bed with a few baskets filled with our favorite stories. I thought I would share a few titles with you here, as I know some of you have children, while others still are childlike at heart. Favorite Winter stories (and… Continue reading Cherished children’s books and stories
I’m writing again at the dining room table. Potted mums, tulips set in a jar with glass beads and water, and an orchid in full bloom sit behind the computer. Beyond, windows with blinds pulled let the afternoon light in. Bees and other bugs buzz about the garden, which still awaits today’s long drink of… Continue reading A quick post before the rains come