Hello! My name is Jessica Wilson and I created scrumdilly-do!
(all lowercase please) when I returned to school and left the world of Children's Books and events. While I was thrilled to be finally wrapping up my degree in Child Development, I sorely missed working with children, books and all those happy storytimes I used to organize and run. So in between papers and research and reading, I eked out this small happy space as a way of staying connected to what truly makes my heart sing.
I work as a preschool teacher and am an avid supporter of play-based and Froebel
educational models. More than avid, I am passionate about them.
Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoy it till you have paint up to your eyeballs! And don't fergit to check out my lovely mama mentor's blog
if ya link up or pin the 'do please make sure to write it out as it should be scrumdilly-do! (all lower case, no caps please!)
Wow! What a great site. You inspire me to do fun and creative and messy stuff with my kids. Thanks.ReplyDelete
thank you! I hope you have fn getting messy with your kids!Delete
ya this indeed is very inspirational.Delete
your stuff is cute i will forward this to my daughter's who have kids as mine are all grown up and i don't get to be with the little ones as often as i want. I see a Link of Fort Wayne Library so i my guess is right are you from the Fort? I live just outside there in Roanoke (Small World)Congrats on finishing your schooling too.ReplyDelete
Thank You, Amy! I'm actually from Los Angeles, Ca. I found the Fort Wayne site and thought it was stupendous so I linked up!Delete
your blog is very lively, which impresses me the most.
your kids must be really lucky to have you as mom.
Hi! I had a question about your homemade flea repellent I saw on pinterest. What kind/brand of witch hazel do you use? It's hard to find and I didn't want to get the wrong one. I've seen distillates and Thayer's toner... Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hi! I'm in the states and use a generic brand from Target. Witch-Hazel on its own is used as a toner and astringent. Dickinson's is a pretty good brand. Distilled is fine as well. Thayers is fine to use, just really expensive in comparison to your basic witch-hazel which should cost no more than $4USDDelete
Thank you so much! Thayers was the closest thing I could find locally, and I didn't know if it would be safe since it had other things in it. I am totally going to target and returning the Thayers stuff. I really appreciate your help! :)Delete