Wordless Wednesday: Rocks

Written by NPN_Admin on November 6th, 2013

Edited by Momma Jorje

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Ecological Responsibility, Featured, Love of Nature, Wordless Wednesday
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This week we asked you to share your rocks with us!

(Read more about Ecological Responsibility and Love of Nature on our resource page.)


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From Sara: “We may have a rock collecting problem.”

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“We love this book: If You Find a Rock, by Peggy Christian.”

Sara blogs at This Mom Loves…

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Jennifer from True Confessions of a Real Mommy has discovered the secret to raising kids who rock; Be parents who rock and include the kids. L3 was one of only a handful of children to rock out to Alice in Chains at the Pain in the Grass rock festival last summer.

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Parents who rock have kids who rock. And climb on rocks. It takes guts to just stand back and let them explore their limits like this!

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From Maria of Anarchy in the Sandbox:
“We’re hoping she remembers that she once liked manual labor.”

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Shannon spotted these naturally occurring hexagonal rocks on her honeymoon in Ireland.

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

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Shoes did not stay dry in this trek across the stream.

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Put Alrik near water, and he WILL throw rocks into it.

Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.

Tell us: How does your family interact with rocks in nature?

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2 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Rocks

  1. Lauren Wayne  

    Love all the rock interpretations! Those hexagonal rocks are something else.

  2. Gillian

    The hexagonal rocks are very distinctive and are from a lovely place called the Giant’s Causeway up at the North East point of Ireland. It’s beautiful and rugged with many of these rocks, some stretching into the sea and others in stacks like organ pipes! Here’s a link to the place: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/giants-causeway/
    http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g209948-d189773-Reviews-Giant_s_Causeway-Bushmills_County_Antrim_Northern_Ireland.html
    Perhaps you’ll get to visit here some day… you’ll be most welcome :)

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