What are you good for, my brave little man? Answer that question for me, if you can. You, with your fingers as white as a nun, You, with your ringlets as bright as the sun. All the day long, with your busy contriving, Into all mischief and fun
I’m so happy to see the kids entertaining themselves outside. We have huge willow trees in our pasture, which happen to drop a lot of deadwood every winter. We use some of it for firewood during sukkot. But there is plenty more, so the kids have been building things with
I was recently accused of being stereotypical. I accept that “insult.” In our house, Daddy does certain jobs, and Mommy does certain jobs. Daddy defends the home, protects us, guides us, earns the paycheck to support us. Mommy does the majority of the cooking, cleans the house, and teaches the
“She worketh willingly with her hands.” Holly used her “Chanukah” money from Gramma to buy a wooden peg loom. I am so thrilled to see her take to it like she has. She comes from a long line of women who worked willingly with their hands. My grandmother made embroidered
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