I See You

As the daughter of a special education teacher and a special education teacher myself, I’m pretty familiar with labels. Learning alongside my students with unique learning abilities included writing IEP’s about their strengths and weaknesses, often after only meeting these wonderful humans for just a few hours. Boy were these fabulous souls more than their…

Cultivate Kindness

Take a moment to think about what kindness means to you. Do you try to cultivate kindness in your life? Lately, I’ve been thinking about what it means to be kind. Does being kind mean we let things go, or let others “walk all over” us? I don’t think so. I believe being kind to…

6 Ways to Engage Yourself & Your Infant

We’ve almost made it to the five month mark and the difference between our daughter’s abilities at three months compared to now is remarkable! She is holding her head up, babbling, smiling, and engaged in the world….truly ready to explore! The first few months of parenthood we enjoyed taking our daughter out in her ergo…

Free Spirit Learning Rhythm

In the beginning of the year, I need at least a month for my students to settle into the rhythm of the day and classroom ways  so we can form a safe and peaceful classroom environment. I consider my students my family away from home. This is my first year homeschooling and I’ve had a…