Posts by Kerry Ingram

Winter Book List

Winter time is our favorite season to cozy up with a book and a cup of tea. Our friend Meagan at Whole Family Rhythms has shared a great book list for your family to celebrate the season of winter. Thanks, Meagan! Winter Feels Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner Own Moon by Jane…

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Self-Care for Parents for the Holidays

  Self-Care for Parents Practice a pause throughout your day.  Create space for quiet and stillness. Model the importance of slowing down during our shortest days and longest nights. Do one nice thing each day, download our December calendar of kindness for simple ideas each day this month. Light a candle or a fire. Walk…

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Games for Winter

    A chubby little snowman had a carrot nose. (show long nose with a closed fist like a trumpet in front of face) Along a came a bunny, and what do you suppose? (Hands show the bunny hopping) That hungry little bunny, looking for his lunch, (wiggle nose like a bunny) Ate the snowman’s carrot nose, Nibble, nibble,…

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The Family Meal

Thoughts on Mealtime Mealtime is a welcome time of day in our family, a time to reconnect and nourish after work and daily adventures. We try to create a pause and share gratitude for our yummy food, the earth and the farmers whose hands brought it to us. This pause also offers a grounding moment to relax…

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Cozy craft ideas

Crafts Sweet and simple lantern tutorial from the blog River Blissed Lanterns are an easy activity for families to create together. They symbolize that though the sunlight is waning, warmth and light still shine from our hearts, our homes and within the spirit of community.     Upcycled Sweater Mittens from Hobby Farm and Home…

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Self-Care Invitations for November

  Self-Care Invitations for November make or buy a few new candles for the table and light them at breakfast time if hosting a Thanksgiving dinner, make it a potluck women, give yourself a Yoni steam (here’s how) jump in a pile of leaves..I dare you! hire the neighbor to rake up your leaves(or shovel…

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October Recipes

Recipes! These are some of our favorite recipes for October, each adds an element of warmth and comfort. The pumpkin pie baked oatmeal makes enough to feed your family for days, and is a staple for us on colder mornings. You must try the pumpkin chocolate chip muffins from Indie Mama, a perfect snack for a walk…

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October: Self-Care for Parents

 Self Care for parents, in the spirit of community:  Host a “come as you were” costume party asking your guests to dress as a former part of their life or as they believe they were in a past life Clean out your pantry and donate to a local food bank Eat by candle light (find…

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October: Fun Activities & Crafty Inspiration

The month is October, the air is getting cold. The leaves are all changing to red and to gold. The month is October and pumpkins I’ve seen, they’re out trick-or-treating for now it’s Halloween.   Fun Activities for October: make a colorful leaf mandala create a leaf and acorn garland make mini pumpkin votive holders gather leaves…

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