Movement Area Update – 2 Months Old

This week, I made the first changes to Lefty Baby’s movement area since we set it up for him. His interest in black and white images has been waning, so I took down the Munari-inspired felt mobiles I’d made for him and replaced them with a few different objects. Obviously, I don’t have all of Read more about Movement Area Update – 2 Months Old[…]

Open-Ended, Gender Neutral Christmas Presents for an Infant

Despite being a secular family, as I discussed in my Top Ten Tips for  a Humanist Christmas post, Christmas has always been a big deal to us. We enjoy getting together to eat a big dinner, spend time with one another and contest the annual games tournament. I love decorating our home and sending cards Read more about Open-Ended, Gender Neutral Christmas Presents for an Infant[…]

Top Ten Tips for a Humanist Christmas

Top Ten Tips for a Humanist Christmas As I state in my ‘about’ post, our family identifies as Humanist. What is Humanism? Humanists UK (formerly the British Humanist Association) define a Humanist as someone who: trusts in the scientific method in understanding how the world works and rejects the idea of the supernatural makes their Read more about Top Ten Tips for a Humanist Christmas[…]