Now that Ogo is older I’m trying to ease into a more consistent rhythm. With such small children our rhythm has to change more frequently, but I have found a measurable amount of peace is created by honoring my children’s natural patterns. Also now that Nori is older he is much more aware of different reoccurring events and feels empowered by “know what’s going on”.
Nori’s imaginative play has really blossomed lately. I enjoyed watching him create a paddock for his animal friends and zoom the spring fairy around on her tractor. He even fed the animals “hay” (wool roving).
Washing rocks was a big hit.
Ben managed to haul a new-to-us lawnmower home yesterday. Last year our lawn reached waist high lengths before we paid someone to mow it. Eventually we plan to convert our acreage into a food forest, but until then the lawn mower is definitely needed.