These days, I’m finding myself leaning towards a fairly minimal wardrobe, one that easily transitions between being a mom and being a business owner. One that allows for playing on the floor or nursing at 10 AM, and then scooting off to a local cafe for a handful of meetings at 11 AM. I have […]
As you know, I spent the month of March applying order to our home. It felt so good to go through each and every room, to hold each item, to determine if it has a place in our home. If so, where? And how would it be stored/displayed? If it didn’t have a place in […]
The most effective kind of education is that a child should play amongst lovely things. – Plato I’ve written about this idea before. The idea that children can and should be encouraged to play, to use their imaginations, to be amongst lovely things. I’ve never really “childproofed” our home in the sense that I haven’t allowed […]
It’s that time of year again. The time where we’ve packed away the winter gear, cleaned out our mudrooms, and opened up the boxes of spring clothes from the attic. One of the best – in my opinion – parts of spring is the wardrobe shift. The lighter layers. Embracing (and showing off) your layers. It […]
Although Zoe hasn’t officially started school yet, we loosely began last fall and have been experimenting with various curriculums, trying to figure out what will work best for our family and the official “first day of kindergarten” later this year. We know that we want to embrace the Charlotte Mason educational philosophy, and allow for […]
Happy first day of spring from icy, snowy Northern Virginia. I always forget just how fickle March tends to be, and get overly excited for all things spring, when I should just sit back and enjoy the ride that is 70 degree weather one day, ice and snow the next. Really though, yesterday the girls […]
This past week, we welcomed a few of our friends in our home for an it’s-almost-spring brunch and tea party. What a lovely time we had! I’m always so refreshed after opening my doors and welcoming people inside. There’s a vulnerability, there’s an openness, there’s a level of intimacy. It really is an intimate thing, […]
I love the springtime desire to go through and to give your home new life. Even when the weather is still too cold to frolic outside barefoot or go outside without a jacket, there exists an urge to prepare our homes for the inevitable change. It’s a blessing in disguise that the weather’s not yet […]
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