Before you get into debt buying Christmas holiday presents, parents, think about what your children REALLY need to as a gift from you to help them grow up to be productive adults. I think we need to encourage imagination skills as part of learning the problem solving process.
What IF every child could wish for whatever they want then receive everything at anytime? Would a magic wishing well be a great idea or not?
No Non-cents Nanna’s youngest grandchild is cute as a bug eating berries, don’t you know! (Wearing the berries,too!)
Six years later this No Non-cents Nanna and the baby in the image are still getting messy and having fun.
Babies explore their world by putting everything in their mouths. It is a healthy and natural part of growth and development that all babies/ children to enjoy…so lighten up, folks.
My son and I had always been avid readers. Believe it or not, he could read by the time he was 2 years old.
Tho’ I had spent much of my nursing career working with children with all kinds of disabilites it never occurred to me in that one day my athletic son would be so depandant and legally blind.
This old No Non-cents Nanna loves the simplicity of childhood. Give a small child a small bottle of bubbles and a bubble wand is better than discovering a burried treasure.
I feel very blessed to have been able to capture some beautiful moments with this four year old and her bottle of bubbles.
There is so much simple joy to watch the wide eyed wonderment in a child’s face.
Putting your sweet baby to bed you expect them to wake up smiling or crying loudly in need of a diaper change or to be feed.
But, when a baby unexpectedly passes away in their sleep it is devasting to families. Most often the diagnoisis is Sudden Infant Death, SIDS.
Many times we have no answers as to why this loss occurs. When sudden death does happen: