Through studies, I also know that children hear sounds in other languages that adults do not hear. It is one of the reasons why I have exposed my children to other languages at an early age.
We need to forget what society says. We need to let our kids pretend and play. We need to let them be creative. There is time for tests and studies, but creativity helps our kids become well-rounded human beings.
Toddlers crack me up! The other week, my husband got some new photography backdrops and was testing them out. Miss Crankles decided she needed to strike a pose! By the way, you should all ignore the fact that she is wearing her pajamas backwards because the kid is a known diaper digger. Just focus on… Continue reading Strike a pose
While toddlerhood can be frustrating at times for parents and toddlers alike, it really is a magical time where they are really exploring the world around them.
It does not take grand gestures to let someone know they are important or loved. It is the little things, like baking a cake, that make all the difference.
I think Crankles likes to mess with me. She does something so cute and adorable, and then she does THIS when I try to capture it with my camera! The one on the left was her pose when she wanted to show Hello Kitty off to her friends. She ASKED me to take a picture,… Continue reading No Pictures Please!
I captured this photo a few weeks ago while we were visiting a friend. She has a little dog, and Miss Crankles is intrigued by the dog, but at the same time, she is very afraid to get close to him. Bubby noticed that she was afraid, so he excused himself from his friend to… Continue reading What Melts My Heart!
(Figured it is also time to bring back Wordful Wednesday...Besides, I take way too many pictures to keep them to myself.) Why yes, this is a My Little Pony eating a bowl of Cheerios. Why is her head buried in the bowl? Well apparently, Miss Crankles (the Toddler formerly known as Sweet Pea) decided that… Continue reading Toddler Logic
Sweet Pea is getting so big and is loving all the fresh fruits and veggies from all the local summer farm stands! She especially loves her blueberries and can't get enough of them!
The other day I was in a lousy mood, so my oldest daughter made me a note on the chalkboard to cheer me up! I know things aren't spelled correctly, but I thought it was so sweet that she wanted to make me smile! What sweet things have your children done this week?