Strawberry Season

It’s strawberry season. The other day, we went strawberry picking at a little family-owned organic farm by our house. It’s become quite the summer tradition for us to go berry picking, and it seems to always be one of the first things crossed off our mental “summer bucket list”. I’m glad my kids are able … More Strawberry Season

Watermelon Pizza

A watermelon "pizza" for Lucas' birthday celebration at our homeschool co-op this week. πŸ‰πŸƒ So easy to make! Just spread a layer of either yogurt or mascarpone (I also mixed in a bit of honey to sweeten🍯), then top with whatever your heart desires! For toppings we used berries, fresh mint leaves from our garden, … More Watermelon Pizza

Our Egg Hatch Project

Spring is in full swing over here now, and we’ve been keeping busy with lots of little projects! At our homeschool co-op, we’ve planted seedlings, and started building a living play structure out of willow shoots.Β At home we’ve made a temporary habitat for observing earthworms, and filled our bookshelves with beautiful spring stories. We’ve seen … More Our Egg Hatch Project

Fall Foliage Crafts.

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers. L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables Autumn is the perfect time for nature crafts don’t you think? October in our neck of the woods is beautiful. The colours, the crisp air… there’s nothing like it. It even has a certain smell. For real!  … More Fall Foliage Crafts.

Apple picking.

Every year we enjoy marking autumn’s arrival with apple picking! We hop around a bit as there are many farms around where we live. This year we went to the local farm that is basically around the corner from us. Apple picking photo spam below. I promise if you get through it all there will … More Apple picking.