A Toddler at Work
The other day I sat down to take some pictures of some of the work that has been on Nora's shelves over the last couple of months. (Stay tune for that!) And something magical happened -- Nora appeared from her play to join me.
Stringing Large Beads on Pipe Cleaners
They are constantly thinking and exploring. I mean, how exhausting to constantly be "on" like that all the time, yet for them, its natural. They have an insatiable desire to touch every object, to test every limit and perfect their every move. For their little absorbent minds soak in everything around them, examining it over and over again, until they know it.
Color Exploration Sensory Bin
Matching Lids to Small Boxes
I think it's almost impossible for us to recognize how amazing this is. Because, its also loud, organized differently than our own world view and, oh, so quick. It's often inconvenient. It's passionate. It's messy.
Circle size puzzle
But, frozen in time -- in a literal snapshot -- you realize a toddler at work is one of the world's most beautiful sights.
Object-to-Object Matching with Small Animals
Have you ever really noticed a toddler at work? Did you see this beauty?
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