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Echo has a story to tell her grandpa, Juju. It’s about daily life in her household, and her medium is in the form of a couple-dozen-odd digital photographs. Each one was individually significant for her, and each one specifically chosen … Continue reading
Ok, so technically this might not count as a proper “Boredom Schmoredom” example, because this wasn’t Echo’s own idea, but I wanted to include it anyway because it’s just such a super-fun, mega-easy, zero-electronics activity that really pretty much any family … Continue reading
Our girls are wizards of the pretend world. They can take any miniscule piece of factual information, or scrap of a semi-functional prop, and turn it into the grandest story line of all time. Often the premise is quite simple … Continue reading
Our girls share a very active fantasy life. There are dragons and faeries, princesses and princes, mermaids and mystics, and magic in the ether around them, folding into their daily lives and influencing them as they move from one … Continue reading
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These girls, I’ll tell you, they are some creative souls. I don’t know from where the idea came, but Bella and Xi have been writing and co-illustrating a graphic novella. Echo is their agent. The story is amazing. There’s a … Continue reading
Echo has learned to use scissors. It’s a “whoa” kinda thing to see our “little baby” exhibiting advanced kid skills of this variety. And it just so happens to be an ideal use for the stacks of paint sample chips … Continue reading
Here is how fortunate Echo and we are that we haven’t softened her imaginative powers with TV. Because she doesn’t need external entertainment provided for her, she can have fun for a solid hour playing with — well, anything. In … Continue reading