Grateful Friday

Well, I’ve been gone a while.
Life has been very full recently, and I’ve been thinking that maybe it’s time to stop sharing things here, and I wonder how fair it really is on the children to share pictures of them here, but I’m bad at keeping journals, there are at least four journals for each child, started at some point in their life, updated daily for a few months and then just put away.
I like to think that one day my little ones will look at this blog , laugh at the silliness, remember all the things we did, and I hope they won’t be angry at what I choose to share.
So, here we go.

Grateful Friday

I am (incredibly) grateful for putting our individual needs before labels and other people’s expectations,
I am grateful for Saturday morning snuggles while watching a movie.
(The canvas is this photo of Anthony, George and Emi from this post , turned into wall art by these people.)

I am grateful for new spaces,


for funny eggs,


for tiny Arthur always wanting to be right there with his brother and sister,


for my clever girl gathering dandelion leaves in the garden,

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and for kid-made dandelion soup.


(Absolutely perfect with a loaf of fresh, homemade garlic bread, and I will share that recipe with you on Monday. )

What are you grateful for?
Wishing you a brilliant,wonderful,amazing weekend.

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3 Responses to Grateful Friday

  1. Oh, I do hope this means you are staying!! Today I am grateful for the next 6 1/2 hours spent at home, alone with my husband. Have a lovely weekend!

  2. I think as long as you are mindful and considerate about what you share – and keep that line between public and private information, then it’s all just good fun. And I do love keeping up with your news and ideas :-)

    PS: love those eggs!!

  3. Eva says:

    I am grateful that you choose to keep your blog (I hope). :) I am also grateful for my sweet, sweet family, for tiny sorrel sprouts coming up, for friends and family helping the chicken project come along, for blossoms on the apple and cherry trees, and for the first buds on the lilacs starting to open. Now for snow in May? That’s a different story…
    Oh, and would you please, please share the recipe for dandelion soup with us? Looks delicious, and we sure have enough dandelions…