In our house, we have an art room for our kids, but not a play room. Having an art room sends a number of messages about art, creativity, and making space in our lives for creation. Here are the reasons we have an art room instead of a play room.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’ve been thinking more about my plans for reading and blogging this year since I briefly detailed my thoughts for 2018 just before the holidays. I’ve already shared the Read My Shelf Challenge, so you’ve seen the list of what I’ll be reading. Now I want to get into some […]
As we wrap up 2017 with lists of favorite books and year-end reading round-ups, the bookish web is also looking forward to 2018. We’re talking about books we’re looking forward to, books we didn’t get to in 2017 that we plan to read in 2018, how we want to organize our reading, and how we […]
I’ve been reading about Myers-Briggs (MBTI) personality types lately after taking a couple of free online tests on a whim (I like this one, though that site doesn’t strictly follow MBTI theory. Also, real MBTI tests would be administered by a professional trained in the use and interpretation of the instrument.) Prior to this recent foray […]
My five-year-old has been hard at work this week on a book she’s writing and illustrating. In lieu of all of her screen time, she instead huddled over a small Frozen notebook and wrote her story. It’s about a cat chasing a dog. Then she illustrated the story. All 44 pages of it. But she […]