A Monday tradition where I share what I’m making, reading, learning about, listening to, and exploring this week.
Maybe this has been a thing for a while, but I just discovered DIY concrete jewelry and I can't wait to play around with it. I love the minimal look of it, and the fact that it's freaking concrete of all things. Check out this tutorial, and this one, and this one.
I am on a mission to give R the best possible childhood I can, and these 10 daily rituals will help me do just that.
And this is one of the coolest toddler activities I've seen in a while. Sticky string on a wall??
And this is a great tutorial on DIY baby pants, since they grow out of them so quickly.
I hate the name, but I love these cookies.
This is a great article on the importance of the explorer phase for little ones.
I’ve been eating a lot of broccoli salad lately, and have my eye on this recipe with a Thai twist.
This last week was a little bumpy, so I didn’t finish the book I was reading. Still on it.
And here’s what’s on my playlist - Bookworm: Make Time; Sage Parenting: DeSchooling; Sage Parenting: Contentment; Sam Harris: Cause and Effect; Raising Primates: Can Children Learn without Us Hovering; In the Rabbit Hole: A Simple Beginner’s Guide to Practical Preparedness; In the Rabbit Hole: How to Win with Conflict Communication; and Living Homegrown: Fermenting Food 101 (Using a Mason Jar).
Okay, now you tell me what your week looks like in the comments below, because the whole point behind this new series is so we can inspire each other to grow and learn and do, so share away :)