Like peas and corn, tomatoes and basil, rosemary and thyme – children and dirt go hand in hand! Most kids love being outside, digging in the dirt, splashing in puddles, picking flowers and looking for bugs. But did you know gardening has powerful developmental benefits, too? Nature is a wonderful educator, and gardening is an easy way to get your children outdoors and learning new skills. You don’t need an enormous backyard, either. Just a small space will do, or even a large container. From planting and weeding, to mulching and picking, gardening is a healthy and fun educational activity … Read More
Ah, space. I love it. I can’t get enough of it. I’m an introvert, so people who know me understand just how important my space is to me. Especially the neighbours, who regularly hear my hollers of “I JUST NEED SOME SPACE!!!!!!!” when my daughter has perched herself on my
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