Wordless Wednesday: Money

Written by NPN_Admin on October 12th, 2011

Edited by Momma Jorje

Finances, Practical Home Help, Wordless Wednesday

This week we asked: What does money look like?

(Read more about money in this week’s articles on the theme.)

Four-year-old Mikko is thrilled to have his own allowance — and it’s fascinating to see what he chooses to spend money on, when he decides to save for something special, and how generous he can still be with others.

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Following the Money Trail
From Luschka: “We have coins in about 10 or so different currencies, and Kyra loves playing with them. I love that we can talk about the numbers and we talk about the countries they come from too. It’s an early geography lesson, and that pleases me.”

Luschka blogs at Diary of a First Child.

An unusually glorious early October day, a happy girl, and beautiful scenery. Money can’t buy this.

Phoebe blogs at Little Tinker Tales.

Sasha had fun moving 3 years worth of change into the “Change for the Future of Down Syndrome” can in preparations for the Buddy Walk to support her soon-to-be baby brother, Spencer.

Sasha and Spencer’s mommy blogs at MommaJorje.com.

Julia’s daughter, Marcella, at 4 months old trying to grab daddy’s credit card.

Julia blogs at A Little Bit of All of It.

A happy child is worth more than a million bucks!

Lani blots at Boobie Time.

Here is a very proud 4 year old Emma, after decorating her own piggy bank (made out of two tofu containers and paperclips!) to contain her new allowance.

Kristin blogs at Intrepid Murmurings.

From Charise: “We save money by using the museum passes from the local library to visit places like the Discovery Museum or the Children’s Museum.”

Charise blogs at I Thought I Knew Mama.

Tell us: What does money look like in your family?

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6 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Money

  1. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    It looks like our little ones are learning early that love and experiences are more important than money 🙂

  2. Alicia C.  

    These are all great! Isn’t is amazing how many forms “money” can come in?

  3. Momma Jorje

    I always love the variety of pics / different perspectives on Wordless Wednesday here! That is a great shot of Mikko, as always.

  4. Amy @ Anktangle

    Cute, as always! I just want to squeeze each and every one of them. =)

  5. Lauren  

    I love how satisfied Emma looks with her piggy bank! And Marcella grabbing credit cards — Mikko STILL loves to play with our wallets. They must just be fascinating.