Just Plain Marie wrote:Laundry on the homestead is not sorted by colour but by “Dirty”, “Ground-In Dirt/Muck” and “I wonder if boiling will help?”
Just Plain Marie wrote:Why are you homesteading? The answer is likely that you are doing it because of those messy little ones that slow you down and destroy your productivity. No matter what you’re raising on your homestead, and no matter where it’s located, remember that your number one crop, your most important harvest, will be your children.
Family Food Garden wrote: I’d like to tell you that all gardening with children is this magical. The days are full with fresh food, little hands harvesting and carrying baskets and preparing food together. In reality it’s both the magic of days like this mixed with a little chaos that makes gardening with babies and young children an enjoyable but challenging adventure.
Marco Banks wrote:
But it's important that they learn what they can or can't eat . . . you don't want 3 year olds just going out there and putting anything in their little mouths. You've got to teach them what bushes they can pick from and which ones to leave alone. I don't have anything in my yard that would be poisonous but you still need to teach the kids which ones they can pick from.
Do the next thing next. That's a pretty good rule. Read the tiny ad, that's a pretty good rule, too.
Profitable Permaculture in the Far North with Richard Perkins - Gracie's backyardhttps://permies.com/wiki/133872/videos/Profitable-Permaculture-North-Richard-Perkins