Category Archives: Play

November 24, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>Tiny Dancer

> Who knew this season would contain so many milestones in my daughter’s short life? Just in the last few months, Punky has started to read, she’s taken her first…

November 15, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>We’re Leafing!

>Today, I’m holed up with a cranky, feverish post-immunization-shot toddler. But yesterday, we got our fall on… AGAIN. I’m obsessed with making the most of this season and planning outdoor…

November 9, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>Hansel and Gretel, Retold

> Once upon a time, a boy named Hansel and a girl named Gretel went to play in a nearby forest. It was a beautiful fall day, and they were…

October 29, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>The Lion and the Little Girl

> Once upon a time, there lived a wild and carefree lion. He loved to laze and loll about, basking in the warm sun on the African plains. But when…

October 25, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>Fall at the Farm

> (In answer to the question, ‘What does a cow say?’) Gentry Farm, 2008 This post originally appeared on

October 19, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>Fall Festival

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October 18, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>A Picture of My Weekend

>This is what happens when you attempt to get an 18 month old and a four year old to pose together for a fall picture… Oh well… maybe next year!

October 14, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>Halloween Cupcakes- A New Tradition

> We’ve been getting quite crafty this Halloween season, despite the soccer games and soccer practices and dance lessons and deadlines. For ages, I had been saving two pages ripped…

October 10, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>The Ice Cream Festival

> We went to the TACA Art Festival last weekend in Nashville’s Centennial Park. I wanted to expose the kids to the joys of handmade arts and crafts. Apparently, I…

October 6, 2008 posted by Lindsay

>If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

> If you give a mouse a cookie… …he will be so overcome with glee that you will feel a deep need to break all your rules about sugar and…