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[…]

Montessori Movement Area – 1 month

After the rush of newborn madness that was Lefty Baby’s first month, I finally managed to spend some time organising his movement area, making it a space which works for his current developmental needs. He has been more awake throughout the day and is at least somewhat happier to spend time in places that aren’t Read more about Montessori Movement Area – 1 month[…]