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Our Wildschooling Adventure Begins!

Our Wildschooling Adventure Begins!

The Wild Child is four years old, a time when most kids are enrolled in preschool or thinking about their education options. After a lot of research, heart meditations and conversations together, we’ve decided that traditional schooling is not the best...
Nature As The Third Parent

Nature As The Third Parent

Right now my husband and I are in the thick of raising our two little Wildlings, both are under five years old. These early years have been filled with joy, but they haven’t been the easiest in a lot of ways. So many of you out there are in...
Three Words That Transformed Outdoor Play With My Child

Three Words That Transformed Outdoor Play With My Child

I’ve discovered a lot in these last few years taking my kids outside almost every day. Of course there have been missteps and challenges, but there are three words that have infinitely improved our time in nature together.  Armed with knowledge from some...
Play and Learn Using Fairy Fires

Play and Learn Using Fairy Fires

When we got our wood-burning stove, my mom’s first thought was how my daughter might get burned on it. I understood (and secretly shared) her fear, but I was determined to teach my wild child to understand and respect fire.  Because the stove serves as one...