This is very short, so if I excerpt it, it will ruin the joke. Click over and get a good laugh. :)
Love these tips, since Mikko’s interested in knitting. Particularly this idea of how to start off:
Here I will just quote Allison, from Circles, upon whose wisdom I cannot improve:
“I usually cast on and then start knitting very slowly teaching thechild the rhyme. Once she has mastered the rhyme, I have her put her hands over mine while we go through the motions and repeat the rhyme. Then I put her hands under mine. Then I let her hold the needles while I wrap the yarn (and keep the yarn tension). Then I let her try to put it all together.”
Love these tips, since Mikko’s interested in knitting. And this rhyme for the knit stitch!
In through the front door
Around the back
Out through the window
And off jumps jack.
Deb linked to this archive article recently comparing how both FlyLady & Maria Montessori help her keep her place clean and organized. I love the connections she’s made and the reminders it’s given me for simple ways to improve my own sense of order.
Two fabulous sensory tub setups, here & here: http://onelovelivity.com/childofnatureblog/super-simple-cornmeal-beach-sensory-tub/ I love the colors and care Terri’s put into hers! We recently made one for Mikko out of some dried goods we had languishing in the pantry — much less pretty but still a huge hit.