In this podcast, veteran teacher Amanda Roos talks with Saren about helpful principles that work really well in teaching AND in parenting.
Children’s Picture Books I Love You Through and Through Love You Forever The Kissing Hand You Are My I Love You Guess How Much I Love You? Wherever You Are My Love Will Find You Love Bugs The Giving Tree How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You? You are Special I Love You To The Moon […]
I read this article in a magazine last week that really struck a chord with me. It talked about how our thoughts can really drive us forward towards the things we want most – or they can bog us down and hold us back and lead us away from what we really want. Most of […]
I love my kids and I’m grateful that my dream of having a family had come true. But when I was younger, mothering didn’t come as naturally to me. Then, I read a quote by Mother Teresa that stuck with me and I realized that my purpose in life was under my nose.
After dealing with the accumulation of way too much stuff during a recent move, Saren figured out some rules of thumb to keep stuff from taking over again in her new house. She also tried a “stuff fast” which resulted in some great side effects. . .
Can little kids learn about the value of work and money? You bet. Check out this cute video showing my twins’ serious excitement about earning their own beloved toys.
What does “home” mean to you? Beauty and peace and harmony – that’s home (in a good moment like this one).
Set yourself up for grocery store success by making expectations clear BEFORE you head into the store. Check out the Loosli Family Grocery Store Rules.
Laundry is a family affair for the Looslis. See how the kids get involved and the simple way the dirty and clean clothes are organized.
As I studied third world development and international relations in my undergraduate studies at Wellesley College and went on to study what education is and what more it could be with my Masters at Harvard, I figured out a whole lot of seemingly brilliant solutions to many vital issues. I felt I was headed for […]