I often get questions here on the blog or on Instagram about where we buy our toys and materials and I have decided to put together a gifts guide with some ideas that can make beautiful gifts.Read More
Each year in Autumn we craft some jar lanterns for the cold dark, evenings when we light candles in our home almost the whole day, from breakfast to diner time. We also to take some of our self-made lanterns on lantern walks for Martinmas, a beloved and very much celebrated festival here in Germany.Read More
We light candles for celebrations but also in our daily rhythm to mark the beginning and end of our meals, to bring awareness during our tea ritual and yoga sessions. We use them in the cold, dark winter nights and we light them in our garden during the warm evenings, under the glorious sunset light.
The only thing that changed about candles is that we now make them togetherRead More
This year we have made something fun: cookies with the different phases of the Moon. I have seen this on Pinterest with Oreo biscuits and I liked the idea but nobody eats Oreo in our family. We came up with a healthy recipe. It’s vegan, sugar free (except for the sugar naturally contained by honey) and you can make a gluten-free version.Read More
I realize I haven't given you a guided tour of our home for a while now. So before I'm rethinking and changing everything to welcome our new family member this autumn, I thought I should show you around.Read More
Spring and Easter time are wonderful occasions to live with the season, explore nature, encourage creativity and learn about the nature around us.
I wanted to share with you some of the things we enjoy doing in spring and before/ after Easter. And some of the books we love readingRead More
This week we went a step further into Process Art and I initiated for the first time a project where during 4 consecutive days she could work on the same canvas, each day with a different kind of art supplies.Read More
When I was little (and also as a grown-up) I hated maths. Maths were so... abstract and cold to me. I studied maths at a pretty high level in the Economics School but I have never enjoyed it. So making maths enjoyable and fun for my daughter sounded like a big challenge to me.
But maths can be fun, I have learned with my little one. And you can learn maths without even knowing it.Read More
I have created our art space when my daughter was about to turn 2. And it has change a bit since last year. In this blogpost I'm sharing with you what we currently have on our art shelves, how our art space is organized and how it evolved according to her interests and needs - and mine!Read More
I have written before about the importance of cooking with toddlers and about how to make this time enjoyable and fun for everyone. The truth is that the tools you are using are an important part of it.Read More
The first time I baked this recipe together with my daughter, she was only 18 months. Now that she is 2 years old, I see that here gesture is more precise and she now wants to do everything by herselfRead More