Getting back to a year of lightness and freedom includes adding daily creativity projects of some sort to our day. With no rigidity. Because Isaiah. Boy+sensory processing disorder+boy+wacko= minute amounts of tolerance for structured art activities that take longer than 10 minutes. So. Textured paper. I decided that I'd like to do some art … Continue reading Textured Paper
I really don't like winter. Really. I dislike being cold more than I dislike brussel sprouts. Well, maybe not. So, I am often encouraging my boy to play outside, in the cold, without me. Even though his skin doesn't like the cold, he loves the cold. He claims he wants to live in Alaska. On … Continue reading Great Winter Activity
Yes, you heard it right. He was feeling mad. That's been happening a little bit more lately as we've been cooped up inside due to the horrendous midwest weather. Last week I taught Isaiah how to felt. I tried a couple of months ago. Back when I was so inspired by the Wisconsin Sheep and … Continue reading Mom. I’m feeling mad. I’m going to felt.
I love all of the blogs I follow. I love the helpful hints, the crafts, the Momma support. I love it. I am also jealous. I've been trying to find my way with the boy on our homeschooling journey. Sometimes it's a hit, sometimes it's a miss. I really never know. Although now I'm thinking … Continue reading A simple Valentine for a craft-resistant boy