Anybody else excited about getting their gardening on?!? Last year was our first year of gardening as a family and my kids really loved the idea of it but didn’t get involved like I had hoped… mainly my fault.
So this year we are making a huge effort to get excited about growing our own food. I purchased some summer gardening tools and gloves for the kids at Hobby Lobby(half off of course;)) a few weeks ago and started getting our garden ready not too long ago. So far my kids are digging it! (Get it… digging it!) Anyways I’ve been trying to think of other ways to get them excited about spring/gardening and I came across this garden yoga poses for kids. How fun is this!
Then I started to look for books that might pique their interest as well and I came across several from Usborne Books … haha isn’t that lucky! Here are some titles below that I think look super fun, educational and might really help my kiddos get interested!
With the adorable and fun yoga poses, the new child size gardening tools and these awesome books, I think we will be gardening like maniacs by April.
Here’s to happy gardening!
There is no one I’d rather be than me.
Last day of the 3 Day Quote Challenge, I had to throw in one from one of my kiddo’s favorite movies. And the fact that it is spot on totally helps.
I had a more serious quote picked out when I first started putting this together (which you can see at the end of this post) but just couldn’t seem to get the wisdom of Ralph out of my head. I do believe the quotes could be some what related with a little reaching.
Anyways something my kids and I talk about quite a lot is being happy with ourselves. Not wanting what someone else has and being content with what we have. Basically a “get what you get and don’t throw a fit” mentality but I feel like we try to go beyond that a little. We not only try to not throw a fit when we don’t have what we want or we don’t like something but we try to find happiness and appreciation in the things that may not be exactly what we’d hoped for. So here’s a little inspiration for today from a very insightful kids movie!!
These are my last 3 nominees for this challenge. Just post a favorite quote for 3 consecutive days and nominate 3 bloggers to do the same.
Here’s to happy quoting!!
This is the quote that I was going to choose. Didn’t make the cut though:/
When your kids looks like this and it’s okay!!
Preschool has come to an end for my oldest. The next few months will hopefully be full of fun and play and preparation for homeschooling in the fall. It will be our first year and a whole new world for us as a family.
So thankful that I am able to make the choice to homeschool and that I finally have a peace about it!!
Here’s to new beginnings and all the adventures to come!
Stay tuned for more homeschooling plans at the Lane homestead!
Conversations with a 5 year old
5 year old son – “I wanna go in my heart.”
Me – “You want to go in your heart?”
5 year old son – “Mommy, I wanna go in my heart.”
Me – “Why?”
5 year old son – “So I can see God, do you wanna go in my heart so you can see God?”
Why yes, I would absolutely love to!!:)
Finally after years of wanting to make a garden, I finally pulled my big girl gardening boots on and started digging. I have my little ones to thank for it. Their little minds can soak up a lot of info and memories helping out with a garden and luckily I have a whole lot of tiny little hands to help me.
We’ve got some zucchini, squash, onions, cauliflower(my absolute favorite), peppers, lettuce and will be planting some melons in May.
My sister gave us one row of her cement blocks and brought my very crafty niece over to help the kids paint them. Fun all around, now lets just hope something grows!
Here’s to getting dirty!
Fun little update because I didn’t get this posted right away. A glimpse of our first little seed sprouting. Zucchini is the only one to break through so far! Fingers crossed for the rest of them!