Wordless Wednesday: Learning From Our Children
This week we asked: What does learning from our children look like?
(Read more about natural learning on our resource page, and enjoy this week’s articles.)
From Charise: “My son teaches me to see the beauty and magic in even the smallest bits of nature.”
Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.
Jennifer blogs at True Confessions of a Real Mommy.
Amy at Peace 4 Parents continually learns about the circle of love through breastfeeding her children. Maybe she’ll write about it one day…
Kymberlee blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.
Stefanie blogs at very, very fine.
Emily blogs at Embrita.
Sarah blogs at Tops and Bottoms.
Kieran, son of Dionna at Code Name: Mama, shows off a pretty accurate front crawl. Kieran taught his mama that he was ready to tackle a challenging situation. He was capable of so much more than Dionna imagined!
Phoebe blogs at Living under the iron fist of my tinkers.
Christine blogs at African Babies Don’t Cry.
As a biology teacher, Abbie’s passion is learning about plants and animals, but 17-month-old Joshua’s love for all things mineral has given his mommy a new-found appreciation for rocks, sand, soil and mud.
Abbie blogs at Farmer’s Daughter.
Moorea blogs at MamaLady: Adventures in Lesbian Parenting.
Tell us: What does learning from our children look like in your family?
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