Transplanting

This week it was becoming more and more obvious that some of my seedlings were going to need transplanting before my greenhouse was ready. Of course I didn’t have enough pots to actually transplant them to, so off to the store we went. The first store only had plastic pots that were big enough for […]

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Love Bomb Weekend

For the past year or so, I’ve been reading a blog called “Chasing Rainbows” and often Kate will talk about taking her Children (or herself!) on a “love bomb” day. A day (or afternoon, or few hours!) where you spend one-on-one time with your child, and say “yes!” (within reason of course). A day where […]


Window Sill Garden

Shortly after I started my seeds, I was cleaning up around the house and came across two little “seeds to go” containers. When we bought our Christmas tree this year it came with a “Tree in a Can”, so that got planted first. And then yesterday, while looking for an old jar to store my […]

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Canning

I’ve previously mentioned that a big part of the “what am I going to grow?” decisions revolved around “what do I want to can?”. Two years ago I bought the canning pot, but didn’t end up having much time to do any canning, so last summer I decided that was going to change! Donovan and […]


It All Starts With A Seed…

What good is a greenhouse without veggies? Not good at all! Last weekend in preparation for our greenhouse, I did what any sane person does in March, when all they want is to see some GREEN, I went to Canadian Tire and checked out the garden department! I had Donovan with me, and Jamie too, […]

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Getting Educated About Gardening

Excuse me a minute while I dust off the blog… it’s been over a year since I last filled this space with words and phrases (high-five to whomever knows where that reference is from). Not because of any one thing really, just, well because. There have been many times over the past year where I […]