This Week…37/52

Using watercolour pencils - a blue wren - An Everyday Story

Project 52 This week…

We spent a lot of time inside this week. This week was probably the first really cold week we’ve had all winter. Blisteringly cold winds, heavy rain and a few days of sleet. Very thankful for our comforting fireplace this week.

travel felt board - An Everyday Story small world play - An Everyday Story van gogh starry night - An Everyday Story toddler watercolours - An Everyday Story rocks and minerals - An Everyday Story peg board mosaic - An Everyday Story magnets - An Everyday Story gardening - An Everyday Story gardening with toddlers - An Everyday Story quiet time - An Everyday Story Using watercolour pencils - a blue wren - An Everyday Story puzzles - An Everyday Story baking together - An Everyday Story

A snapshot of our week, our everyday story


 This Week... 36/52

11 Replies to “This Week…37/52”

  1. The blue wren is beautiful!

    1. Isn’t is gorgeous! I love it. Jack’s added a few more birds to his collection but the blue wren is still my favourite.

  2. Sarah Smith-Tucker says:

    You must be in the southern hemisphere! How interesting.

    1. Yep 🙂 In Canberra, Australia 🙂

  3. Always so much magic in your babies’ world! That flat basket is amazing. Where ever did you find such a treasure? x

    1. Isn’t it beautiful?! It’s nearly as old as me. It was made for my dad when we were living in PNG. I was about 4yrs old then. It still looks brand new. I love it so much.

  4. chriseastvedt says:

    Anything that encourages something besides the TV as entertainment is a win in my opinion. It looks like your kids are already learning valuable life skills, like cooking and growing food, that most high schoolers completely lack. Sad, but great job.

  5. What great pictures! So much wonder and quiet contemplation. Also reminds me that I want to get a mirror for our kids!

  6. Your blog has become such an inspiration to me! I have a 4 year old boy and 2.5 year old girl, and we want to start homeschooling. Thank you for encouraging me even without knowing it! 🙂 May I ask where you found that lovely blue wren and also the lovely beads in the white board that your son is playing with in one of the photos? Thank you!

    1. Hi Francesca 🙂 Thank you for stopping by. The little Blue Wren came from our local zoo here and I am sorry but I am not sure who made it. And the little pegboard is from K-mart.

  7. I absolutely love your blog! Amazing write up on Reggio which I’m now incorporating into my child’s home play.

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