That's exciting...even if it isn't the first time. She's beautiful. :)
beautiful! we love that book. ;) those stamps look really neat, too.
The plant with orange flowers that your caterpillar was on is butterfly weed...in the milkweed family. Yummy for the butterfly once transformed :-)
Sooo, cool! I love following your blog! We live on a sailboat with 3 children! I enjoy seeing you creative stuff you do! Kim sailing5 on xanga.com
Fantastic! (Except the mystery poo). Love the sketches, too.
Momma Rae - the stamped wooden lifecycle pieces came from MamaRoots http://www.etsy.com/shop/mamarootsWendy - thank you! I would have never known that. Now we know where to look for more. :)Anon/Kim - welcome! I tried find your blog via the link you provided but it did not work. Point me in the right direction!
Beautiful Cindy. I am in constant awe at the the lovely, simple, rich with experiences life you provide for your wee family. And zach never ceases to delight with his gentle enthusiasm and love for nature. Shhh lovely way to start my day. We're off to plant black currants, fox gloves and strawberries :-). Have a lovely day xx
I have yet to enjoy observing this magic transformation with my children. How lovely!!!:) Christina
Very neat! We have a lot of monarchs in the neighborhood and Ingrid loves to watch them, but we haven't yet had the good fortune of stumbling on a caterpillar. That will be a treasure when it happens!
Magic indeed. That is awesome!Nicola
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