Snow, Thru the Eyes of a Child

It began snowing early evening yesterday and as the sun went down, the snow continued. We watched the snow falling, sparkling in the glow of the street lights. Slowly, it began to cover everything in a blanket of white. When we awoke this morning, we peeked outside and saw our winter wonderland. Everything covered inContinue reading “Snow, Thru the Eyes of a Child”

A New Holiday Tradition

Unlike me, hubby was an avid reader when we got married.  It was one good example of how much our upbringing effected us.  Books were a big thing in his house, not so much in mine.  Yet, his love of books rubbed off on me.  Eventually, I began to read more and developed an appreciationContinue reading “A New Holiday Tradition”

First Snow Excitement

The snow began around dinnertime.  There wasn’t much accumulation expected, but the girls were still excited and couldn’t wait until morning when they could go outside and enjoy the very first snow of the season. Before breakfast, they were dressed and bundled up for some snowy fun.  Naomi was hopeful that they could create somethingContinue reading “First Snow Excitement”

Scissors and a 4-Year-old

One of the things I’m working on with Naomi this year are her scissor skills.  She is doing pre-school work and learning good scissor skills is part of most pre-school programs.  Cutting with scissors allows her to work on her fine motor skills.  Plus, cutting with scissors is great fun!!! Apparently, she is feeling confident inContinue reading “Scissors and a 4-Year-old”