“If you want to see what children can do, you must stop giving them things.” –Norman Douglas, British writer in the 1900’s I think we have an epidemic. An epidemic of too much. Especially when it comes to our children, our homes and their play spaces. Too much noise, too many toys, too much clutter, … [Read more…]
When we first moved into this place almost two years ago, my husband was immediately called to work in Louisiana for a couple of months. I remember it was raining. It was February. My oldest daughter had barely had a proper third birthday because of moving and here we were, without the help of Daddy … [Read more…]
I’m excited to share with you today a post I wrote on simplicity for a fellow blogger! Check it out here! I want to thank The Reinvented Lass for thinking of the gentle home and allowing me to write it! Her blog is funny and honest and I encourage you to check it out! And … [Read more…]
It is December first! And there are so many things to be excited about this month. For me, my birthday and Christmas especially, but today I share with you something very special- my first published essay! Click here to read “The Joy of Celebration.” I hope you enjoy it! Thank you again, Rhythm of the … [Read more…]
Food for thought. Actually pictures of food for thought. An ode to our breakfast room, which we just completed.