Wordless Wednesday: Listening to Nature

This week we asked: What does listening to nature look like?

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When the birds are singing and the flowers are blooming, the need to dance can become overwhelming.

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

From Charise: Listening to nature brings our family so many special moments.

Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.

From Lauren: “I love how 5-year-old Mikko connects with our neighborhood beach in such a matter-of-fact manner. He kicks off his shoes as soon as he reaches the sand and throws himself into his playtime there.”

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Ocean Sounds at the Bay

Marisa blogs at Deliberate Parenting.

Daniel explores the roses at a local rose garden, while trying very hard to be gentle with them.

Daniel’s Momma Amy blogs at Anktangle.
(Credit for this beautiful photo goes to Lauren of Hobo Mama.)

Arpita and her Husband find taking time to be one with nature in their
Pacific Northwest playground helps ease all the ups and down of life.

Arpita blogs at Up, Down & Natural about her 4 year (and counting) struggle with infertility, how to stay
grounded through it all, and how a natural life helps her and her husband remain sane through it all.

When Jesse listens to nature, it always says come play!

Jesse’s mom, Christine, blogs at African Babies Don’t Cry.

Splashes in the lake, ribbits from frogs and the buzz of insects were
a few of the sounds of nature Joshua heard on his first fishing trip.

See more of his adventures at Farmer’s Daughter.

Listening to nature… in more than one way!
immersed herself in nature on her first real camping trip.

Jorje blogs about Elimination Communication, among other things, at Momma Jorje.

Tell us: What does listening to nature look like in your family?

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