The boys' room and the gorgeous afternoon light. We found the cutest Japanese florist in West End who wraps his plants like this. Couldn't resist.
Studying the legs of a beetle. Loving this microscope choice, it's super easy to focus and everyone can see the same image.
Nature box - so many found treasures.
The Ikea Children's Knife. It's small with a grippy handle, designed for the child's hand. It feels a little chunky so it's easy for the child to hold and to control. It is recommended for children 8 years + however I would happily give it to my child at three or four. It's sharp so it's not a 'first' knife, always start with a knife that isn't so sharp for the child to learn some knife safety and cutting skills. It will easily cut through hard foods like apple, carrot, and sweet potato.
Also in the knife set is the Children's Peeler. Again it's the perfect size for the child's hand, also with the chunkier feel and grippy handle. Peels easily but is sharp. A reminder that well-designed children's kitchen tools can be affordable and accessible.