Category What your child should EXPERIENCE.

Tell Me, Show Me, Involve Me – Guest Post at Carrots Are Orange

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When I was asked to do a guest post for Carrots Are Orange, I was ecstatic! Marnie consistently shares posts that get me excited. It was her inspiration that got me to bring more Montessori-based ideas into my own home and I’ve been touched many times by her thoughts on motherhood. So, check out her ... Read more...

Why Your Toys Need A Makeover

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Audrey, our Little Stories Toy Makeover Contest Recipient, was overwhelmed and drowning in toys. She has a 3 year-old daughter and keeps two children (a 2 year-old and a 5 month-old) all throughout the week. As she and I sat down together over Skype to begin the Big Sort, the task seemed endless. She emptied ... Read more...

Win A Toy Makeover

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I know many of you have thought about simplifying toys, rotating toys, or organizing toys, but haven’t taken the leap because you are just too overwhelmed. Well, good news is here. One lucky reader is going to win a toy makeover! Here’s how it will work… One of you will get me in-person or through ... Read more...

10 Ways to Practice Waiting

10 Ways to Practice Waiting

I know it seems like a cruel joke that I’ve kept you waiting so long for the last step of The Magic Of Waiting Series. Tonight I’m back, and to keep you busy, I’m going to give you ten ways (for YOU) to practice waiting. Just to clarify, this is a practice in patience for ... Read more...

Story Time! {5 Simple Steps to Better Engage Your Child In Books}

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I’ve told you before that while the Little Stories concepts are not complicated, they can be difficult to implement. That’s mostly because change is hard. But even before the change is hard part, comes the “I just need to see these concepts in action so I can really get it” part. So, to show many of ... Read more...