I guess I shouldn't say fail-proof, but it really has always worked for us. My two kids have probably had a dozen earaches combined and only once did I have to take one to the doctor. And that one time was when Sam was a new baby and I didn't know about this miracle cure.
It's back! I LOVE Friday Make and Dos:) Here are a few ideas to jumpstart your weekend. Clay and I are heading to a lecture about meditation tonight and having our second tennis lesson(!) on Saturday. I'm guessing Sam and I will be squeezing in some felting; it's our new obsession. What are your plans?
We've had such a wonderful experience with the kids' preschool Waldorf teacher. When I used to think of Waldorf I thought of pretty wooden toys, play silks and imaginitive, fairytale-inspired play. While I still have a LOT to learn, this is what I now know about Waldorf and here are a few resources to get you started if you're interested too:)
These books are great anytime of day, but every book is best just before bed I think, particularly when snow is blowing outside and you're tucked up warm and cozy inside. Here are some of our latest "Read it again!" books.