In the preceding days we barely moved off the couch. Here's a little glimpse...
The supplies that kept us going:
- bucket filled with old issues of Ladybug
- game-long time favorite Never Forget a Face
- burlap embroidery- more about this soon!
- paper and markers... with the cutest little ladybug I've ever seen (biased, I know)
- old travel blanket (I think I made it when she was two) that's simply happy, as well as warm.
- the travel pillow that is never out of reach!
- Not shown, but very present: a copy of Little House on the Prairie that we got quite far into.
p.s. Because I've been hearing from many parents with sick children, I thought I'd add this bit of an archived post from almost a year ago. Good resources.
tea & toast
It's the beginning of cold and flu season in our neck of the woods, so I'm stocking up on our favorite comforts and immune supporting supplies. I thought I'd share my favorite "go to" books for children's health and natural home remedies for common illnesses. You can easily go Google symptoms, but I'm a bit old school and I like turning to my well-worn references for help.
Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child
Kids, Herbs, and Health
Natural Healing for Babies & Children
Wishing you a healthy day.