Teaching Our Children To Build

By April 25, 2011Get Inspired

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  • Avatar Tamara says:

    That is a great quote. I have enjoyed your blog. Refreshing and encouraging!
    Blessings~
    Tamara I’ll be back! 🙂

  • Avatar Tracy says:

    Hi Kat,
    Several days ago you asked for suggestions on how to improve on the Maximize Your Mornings and I deleted the email, so I’m adding my suggestion here…I wish there was a way we could make comments in a non-public forum so that it could be even more of a community. Sometimes I just want to say that I’m not having a great day, or to share something personal, but I know that all of my FB friends can read it so I hold back! Just a thought. Thanks so much for your service! It is so encouraging.
    Blessings,
    Tracy

  • Avatar nat says:

    LOVE THIS

  • Avatar P says:

    What a fantastic quote. Thanks for sharing it!

  • Avatar Valerie says:

    Oh wow, that’s a great one. Thanks for sharing.

  • Avatar Almut says:

    That reminds me of a project our preschoolers at school recently did: they built 5 foot tall Cairns and called them Towers to the Sun. They are amazing. The kids quickly learned that little fingers can get hurt and they learned to work carefully. For safety, the final stacks of rocks were “glued” together with cement. I wish I could attach a picture. My blog has pictures of Cairns I built with my 6 and 7-year olds in the park. It’s a true test of patience, this constant trial and error – reminded me of what mothering is like.