Great Outdoor Challenge – Finding Our Roots

Today Keira and I spent over 2 hours weeding our garden areas. She became very fascinated with the different roots that each weed had. This one in particular was huge 🙂

I love how she enjoys working in the garden and doesn’t mind getting dirty or putting in a little effort. She genuinely enjoys spending time with me and it makes my heart full.

I wonder if she will have a garden one day when she is all grown up. I hope so.. I hope I get to see it… and I hope she has the chance to enjoy the same special moments with her own children as we have had together.

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Great Outdoor Challenge – Finding Our Roots

Today Keira and I spent over 2 hours weeding our garden areas. She became very fascinated with the different roots that each weed had. This one in particular was huge 🙂

I love how she enjoys working in the garden and doesn’t mind getting dirty or putting in a little effort. She genuinely enjoys spending time with me and it makes my heart full.

I wonder if she will have a garden one day when she is all grown up. I hope so.. I hope I get to see it… and I hope she has the chance to enjoy the same special moments with her own children as we have had together.

2 thoughts on “Great Outdoor Challenge – Finding Our Roots”

  1. Hi Eileen

    I think roots are great for exploring in every way! It's possible to find roots from trees such as larches that can be carefully unburied and collected in metre lengths. Once dried, they make a good natural string for objects such as dream catchers.

    A little too challenging for pre-school but older children might enjoy the challenge.

    Best wishes
    Juliet

  2. Hi Eileen

    I think roots are great for exploring in every way! It's possible to find roots from trees such as larches that can be carefully unburied and collected in metre lengths. Once dried, they make a good natural string for objects such as dream catchers.

    A little too challenging for pre-school but older children might enjoy the challenge.

    Best wishes
    Juliet

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