He loves his setup, and his gradually discovering how to use it.
We hiked up to Nymph Lake in RMNP today. Little T loved it, though I ended up carrying her most of the way. She especially liked the chipmunks that we saw.
He liked building spaceships out of DUPLO blocks, and he’s always very proud of his creations. As he should be!
I’ve been trying to bake macarons lately, but I can’t seem to get the shells quite right. They’re hollow and the feet protrude. Maybe I’ll try again today.
At the zoo today, we happened to see the lions chewing on some bones first thing in the morning. The kds were fascinated!
Apparently T thinks she’s ready to study for a doctorate along with Mrs. Hatter.
Week 31 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.
Kids love animals. That’s nearly a universal fact of life, and although their favorite animals may not align, the joy of a good zoo is being able to please everyone in one day. As such, the Denver Zoo is one of our favorite places to spend a day, studying our favorite animals, taking pictures and…
The kids went to an open barn this afternoon to meet some friendly Alpacas and learn about their wool.
M likes dirt. And digging in dirt. And getting dirt all over himself.
Halloween costumes can be fun for the whole year. Today they decided to dress up as Rebels and have some adventures.
It took her hours to write this complex Bitsbox app, but she persevered and was quite proud of the results.
The twins went to work with Mrs Hatter for Take Your Child To Work Day, so the rest of us headed for the Zoo. It was a nice day for it.
A is usually more interested in building super villains with LEGOs, but today he decided to build some barns out of Lincoln Logs and had a whole lot of fun.
It was cold and wet outside today. Perfect weather for an afternoon movie.
Week 17 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.