Thirty Minutes in the Life of Leo (and the Power of Observation)

Leo is nine months old now. Two thoughts enter my mind about once each every hour. First, I often think to myself, "When did you get so big?". That thought is usually followed up by, "You are SO busy!". Leo is definitely in the age of exploration. He wants to get into everything. I mean … Continue reading Thirty Minutes in the Life of Leo (and the Power of Observation)

Early Childhood Education Series – an Introduction

Once you become a parent you find yourself interacting more with other parents. Your conversations naturally revolve around what it is like raising a little human. When people find out I am a Montessori teacher a few questions generally come up. *Are you doing Montessori with Leo at home? To which I answer, yes. It's … Continue reading Early Childhood Education Series – an Introduction

The Montessorification of our Home

Long before I became a mother I worked as a Montessori Teacher, working with children ages 3 to 6. It isn't something that I always knew I wanted to do. I more or less stumbled upon it. After graduating from college with a degree in Psychology I had little direction and didn't really know what … Continue reading The Montessorification of our Home