Every evening we go on a family walk around the farm, and it is simply the best part of the day. Aren’t we all so glad Spring is here? The time of fresh air, checking on the grass growth, tree blossoms, sky gazing, and watching the young lambs frolic around is here again.
Children want to be involved, they want to learn, they want to see what it is that we are doing. If we don’t let them help with the meal plan, figure out the food storage or help with the survival gear, they aren’t going to learn to be prepared and self-sufficient.
Have you been looking for some new holiday traditions, activities, or crafts to do with your family? I rounded up some ideas for you!
Our large Polish family used to get together every Sunday for family dinner. Now as we’ve all grown up and started new chapters, it’s hard to get us all together. But if you say stuffed cabbage, you’d better be prepared! We come out of the wood works for this dish! It is a time consuming […]
Whether you already have your own meaningful family traditions, or your family is new and you need some inspiration to create some, these resources can help. Plus, read about some of our favorite homestead family traditions!
Even if you don’t live in a tiny house or have any plans to do so, downsizing your belongings and de-cluttering can be more than just a good idea for your family – it can be a blessing.