How to help someone dealing with a health crisis or a difficult time

I remember very early on after coming home from the rehabilitation center and needing to adjust to life now, having a conversation with a friend. She said she was nervous visiting me in the hospital and the centre because she was never sure what to say or do. She didn't want to say something to [...]

St Patrick’s Day prewriting tray

While I have shown how we use salt trays with Y now that he is learning how to write, today I wanted to also share how you can set up a pre writing tray for slightly younger children. Of course, with St Patrick's Day approaching, I couldn't help but add a little bit of something to combine both [...]

By | 2017-04-28T07:40:00+00:00 March 9th, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Our Montessori Spring: growing beans

Happy Tuesday everyone! I'm so happy to announce the start of a new series I am hosting along with the wonderful Katherine from I Believe in Montessori and Vanessa from Mama's Happy Hive! We are all so excited for spring that we are organizing a series centered around spring, featuring wonderful Montessori bloggers from across [...]

It’s okay not to be a perfect Montessori parent

I recently read a blog article about the Montessori method that left me feeling a bit sad. While I normally enjoying reading anything and everything about Montessori, this particular time, I finished up doubting my choices as a parent and feeling not good enough.I started thinking a bit about my own blog and the feeling [...]

By | 2017-05-10T10:52:32+00:00 March 4th, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Free Bee cutting strips for scissor practice

We are starting a new life cycle exploration! I'm really excited to start teaching Y all about bees! We will be doing several fun life cycle themed activities so do stay on the lookout not only for our hands-on activities, but for our fun bee life cycle printables!For now, we are really hoping the spring weather [...]

By | 2018-01-18T07:57:33+00:00 February 24th, 2017|3-6 years old, Miscellaneous, Montessori, Seasonal|1 Comment

Happy New Year

Happy New Year from my family to yours! I want to take a minute to say a huge thank you for all of your amazing support last year! Welcome to Mommyhood grew to include a webshop where we sell our homemade Tot Labs products! I am so humbled by all of your lovely feedback on [...]

By | 2017-03-31T13:19:23+00:00 January 2nd, 2017|Miscellaneous|0 Comments

Free Letter R Printables Pack

Welcome back to this week's Letter of the Week series! Today is all about the Letter R with a fun rainbow theme! Be sure to scroll down below to download your own free Letter R printable pack!  As always, be sure to visit Mumma Diaries to see all of the fantastic hands on activities and printables Amruta [...]

Letter of the Week: Free Letter Ll printables

Welcome back to today's letter L printables post as part of the Letter of the Week post series that Amruta from Mumma Diaries  and I are hosting! I'm really, really looking forward to sharing the hands on letter l activities that we are working on. For now, I'm just giving you guys a 'sneak peak' by [...]

Free hands on letter K printables

Welcome back to today's letter k printables post as part of the Letter of the Week post series that Amruta from Mumma Diaries  and I are sharing!  As I mentioned in the Letter K book recommendations, today's printables pack is formatted slightly differently than the printables I have shared before now. This week, we did a [...]