“If you have small children, keep them the hell away from YouTube” – Jame Bridle This is worth a watch. It is also why I removed YouTube from the iPad for our littlest one. James Bridle also wrote an article on this topic.
Anxiety. Depression. ADHD. Dementia. The human brain is in trouble. Technology is a cause — and a solution. Our lives on this planet have improved in so many amazing ways over the last century. On average, we are now healthier, more affluent and literate, less violent and longer living. Despite these unprecedented positive changes, clear … [Read more…]
Piper (now 5 months) has been chilling and moving about on her back for almost 2 hours! She continues to surprise us at how chilled out she is. For me this, this feels kinda amazing. It is me slowly getting back some (partially) focused time to do stuff. This chilled behaviour and spring time weather … [Read more…]
I always think I’ll be able to remember how it was. But as I’m increasingly becoming aware, our memory fails us. Right now I’m feeling blessed with the fact that Piper is so chilled out. It’s almost midnight and she is still up, but she slept most of the day until 4pm-ish. She was up … [Read more…]
Came across this and it made me laugh. Originally found on Self Directed Facebook page.
I came across the below image on Facebook. I discovered the original plain text version on Michael Rosen’s blog.
Haha, so I just came across the idea of plastic attacks. Where people go shopping as normal at supermarkets then removing all unnecessary plastic wrapping and leave it behind. We mostly don’t shop at supermarkets, as much as possible, a huge part of this is because of unnecessary plastics (but also lower quality fresh food … [Read more…]
Love this and a girl learning to dancing to dubstep. Anyone can learn anything these days, with the dedication. I often see people stumble into these things, and I think it can be hard to find that thing that gives you the fire to keep going and striving for improvement. Her name is Adilyn Malcolm.
An artist in the making, I reckon. :/ I am now considering what we can turn this drawing into, stay tuned for “Drawing On The Wall 2.0”
I love puzzles and have spent a fair good chunk of money on them. I really believe they help develop the mind and concentration. I often swap them around to give variety to the little ones. Eloise has become a bit of a whiz at them. Here she is doing a puzzle on a girls … [Read more…]