Read here to see what the year has in store as far as cooking.) And I will still continue to craft and sew and offer tutorials on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays. Maybe all three. Maybe just one or two. Maybe a hop skip and a jump. We’ll see. If I take a day off, it will most likely be a Wednesday, since mr is at church on Wednesday nights and it’s hard to find time to write and edit pictures and work out tutorials and stuff with the kids running around. Fridays will be my somewhat “free day.” Historically, Fridays were the day I wrote “Things My Two-Year-Old Taught Me” - a compilation of funnies and actual life lessons learned from my experiences with bug. I love these little detours on my blog and missed them when I didn’t do them. bug is not two anymore, though, and mini is getting big enough to teach me a thing or two herself. So the title doesn’t fit quite as well. Which is why I am introducing the latest version of this little series: I call it
It will encompass all the little lessons I learn from my kids in everyday settings. Like locking up my makeup. And why “quiet” doesn’t mean “quiet.”
mr is going to lead you in some awesome science-related experiments that you can do with your kids at home with some very common household items. I’m pretty excited about this, because it incorporates science (his passion) and creativity (my passion) AND family togetherness (our passion). It’s gonna be good, people. It’s gonna be good.