There is nothing I love more than seeing the world through my children’s eyes. The wonder and awe in which they approach everything they do never ceases to amaze me, and I love that for that moment I get a glimpse into how they see the world around them.
I love that it’s not raining lightly, it sparkling. And I love that it being wet and muddy is not a good reason to stay inside, but it is a good reason to put boots on and jump in puddles. And Eric Carle’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? isn’t just a favorite book, it’s also one of the first ones the kids could read all by themselves and the way that they learned their colors.