Egg and Dairy Free Banana Bread! For the recipe, CLICK HERE.
In the picture above, I was tracing numbers with my finger on his back and he would tell me what the number was. It was fun. Then he was tracing the numbers on my back.
This is the organic black tea I use to brew our kombucha tea at home.
My dear friend made these chairs for my children out of PVC pipes and fabric scraps. Love them so much!
This is the mei tai baby carrier that I made out of hubby’s old fatigues. It was used with both our children and it was one of my favorite carriers I owned (and I owned a lot). Well, time goes by and as I was getting rid of other baby items, I was wondering what to do with it or how how much to sell it for, especially because it has sentimental value to us. I posted the question on my fb blog page and the general consensus was to keep it. So I did! It doesn’t really take up that much space and I think maybe one day one of them would be interested in using it with their babies.
In Ballet, we rehearsed our two classical ballet songs and started on the contemporary song. They are doing great.
In the last French class in February, we studied the numbers 1-10 and made this beautiful quilt. Each number is written in a different color paper and the matching number word also matches the color paper, so it makes a fun game to find and say the matching numeral and number word in French.