I’ve now crowned Persistent Parsley Queen of Trans-plants—-> In honor of the senate vote on repealing DADT. < I transplanted her this fall back into my window pot> That there crown I made for kiddo without any directions except for the crown shape and use of felt. I don’t think it is going to last that long and I don’t really care. While I love the site Juicy Bits and their crafts, I’m not really going to put that much effort into my crafts at least not for the first try. Mostly, I know if I expect my crown to look like hers I
might will break a few things around the house.
I really love the idea of making a Dream Board like they did over at Girl Revolution. Lately, I’ve come to the conclusion that I don’t have the vocabulary to talk about my “mind-processes” very easily. Which also means if I want to give mindful skills to my kid I better get the vocabulary like yesterday.
Have you heard of money origami? I recently received some as a gift. They look pretty cool!
Must watch panel on Educational Entrepreneurship
When Sophie Gets Angry, Really, Really Angry.
Blue Sky Press, 1999.
Grades K–1 Picture Book
Cool Cats, Calm Kids: Relaxation and Stress Management for Young People.
Impact Publishers, 1996.
Grades 2–5 Picture Book: The text and illustrations in this resource book show children how they can mimic the attitude and poses of cats in order to manage stress.