Catipillie, 2011

Last year Boy Blue was given a bug bungalow and a caterpillar for his birthday. He named the little guy Catipillie and we enjoyed watching the little guy go through his phases. We read Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” every day and we released him at the park near our home so Catipillie could […]

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Sunday Stream of Consciousness

For some reason flickr and wordpress aren’t holding hands right now, so the blogs I want to post about our caterpillar, and the miracle of nature, have been lost. There’s no point in trying to re-write them until I know they’ll post. In the meantime I’m left with my roaming thoughts. This past week has […]

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Preschool: T

T is for Toys As the children entered I let them play with whichever toys they chose. Reading Time (T is for Trains and Trouble and Truck and Tikki Tikki Tembo and Toys and Turtle) “Freight Train” by Donald Crews “Trains” by Byron Barton “The Berenstain Bears and the Trouble with Friends” by Stan and […]

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My Inheritance

My spirit, my soul, is the daughter of deity.  I’ve known it all my life, singing “I Am a Child of God” and talking about my Divine Nature, it’s the superficial knowledge of a child.  Now, as a woman, as I work on my relationship with God, I am bolstered by the grandness of this […]

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to Bide the Time

I had the most wonderful long weekend with my parents. Now that they’re gone I’m having such a hard time getting back into my routine of responsibility and structure. It may be a while before I’ve got a handle of all my day-to-day stuff well enough to blog. So in the meantime, I’ll leave you […]

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And Paint We Did

You have to choose what kind of parent you want to be, unless you really don’t care what kind of parent you will be. (But I think any reasonable person cares.) This is what I was telling my pregnant friend on Sunday. I told her how I always wanted to be a stay-at-home-mother who’s rarely […]

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