Category: Reading and Resources
|March 8, 2013||Posted by Luschka under 2 - 3 years, 3 - 4 years, By Age, Discovering Nature, Home Education, Incidental Learning, Knowledge and Understanding of the World, Reading and Resources|
I know in this weather I’d much rather be snuggled up under a sofa reading a book than stomping around cold and damp countryside with a baby and toddler in tow – or more realistically, chasing down a toddler while the baby and I try to keep up. Unfortunately, however, my children aren’t game for…
|February 16, 2013||Posted by Luschka under Misc, Reading and Resources, Seasonal|
It’s that time of year again – MAD blog awards nominations are open. Acutally, they are almost closing, but what with everything that’s been going on here in Australia, with sickness, babies, birth, friends, treatments and heat waves, I pretty much haven’t had much chance to hound ask or beg plead for your nominations!
A few days ago I heard about something I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of before: Rebirthing. @mamapeardesigns was asking questions about it on twitter, and I was immediately intrigued, so I started reading more about it. There isn’t a huge amount of information, sadly, and I’d love to know if anyone has experience of it, but I thought I’d share what I found anyway, in the hope that it might help someone. (Please note that Rebirthing is a name applied to a form of breathing yoga and also to the questionable practice of wrapping a person in a blanket to create a womb like experience and requiring them to fight their way out - otherwise known as Attachment Therapy. This is neither of those techniques)