No bad weather, only bad clothing
Dressing right for the weather is the key to enjoying outdoor adventures both for adults and children. For the active outdoor adult, it has long been the consensus that layering is the best system for comfort and warmth. With multiple layers you can adjust the combination to the weather and the level of exertion and changes in temperature.
By Nancy Ripton
My sons get more toys in a year than I had in my entire life but most of them sit in boxes untouched. The few that they do make time for–Lego and Star Wars–can keep them busy for hours if bedtime is near, but to little to abate mid-day boredom.
By Kari Svenneby
Make a healty and seasonal soup for your Halloween party or for dinner on Halloween Night!
Little ghostlings needs lots of energy for trick and treating.Add a comment
In our family we have collected seeds from vegetables many times, but we have not yet done a real collecting of seeds in the fall. It is one of the activities that I keep planning to do with my kids but I keep forgetting. Collecting seeds are a great activity for kids and adult in the fall and can easily be done at school.Add a comment
As you already know, we love to get outside. Going outside can be as uncomplicated and cheap as taking a walk around the block and as complicated and expensive as going on a ski vacation. Having a lot of interests means having a lot of gear, which we do: kayaks, paddles, skis, skates, helmets of EVERY kind, bikes, bike trailer, scooters- you get the idea. All this gear, especially with growing children, can add up quickly. Lucky for us we have two boys that are two years apart, so we just pass down from one to the other, and my husband and I are the oldest children in our family- we have no empathy yet for those who always received hand me downs, so as long as we can get away with it, we will!Add a comment
As you may know, we believe there is “No bad weather, only bad clothing” and we made a little video showing you how to dress for winter following the tried and true layering principal. The layering principle is nothing new; outdoorsy people have used it for ages.Add a comment