Category Archives: home

Where Fascination Leads

Do a small child’s fears and fascinations have something to do with a uniqueness he’s trying to live out, a sort of “acorn” of destiny? Continue reading

Posted in challenges, early education, home, interests, memory, mothering, parenting, play, success, trauma | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 10 Comments

A Child’s Place Is In The Kitchen

Helping out in the kitchen provides all sorts of benefits, even for the smallest kids. Find out how. Continue reading

Posted in body, early education, food, home, learning, science | Tagged , , , , , , | 9 Comments

Imaginary Motherhood

The real me falls terribly short. I kvetch. I plot giant world saving accomplishments while forgetting to water the plants. I fuss and grumble and speaking of short, I’m also shorter than everyone in the house. That can’t be right. In my imagination I am tall.
Continue reading

Posted in family, home, imagination, memory, mothering | Tagged , , | 15 Comments

Mine Is The Wrong Kind Of Lust

To me there’s soul-drenching nourishment that comes of contemplation, quiet, and service.

No wanderlust, instead I lust after roots. Continue reading

Posted in hermit, home, memory, nature, travel | Tagged , , , , | 7 Comments