Today Ezra and I are working in the kid’s garden, and I’m sharing some thoughts with you about nurturing inclination in your gardening children.
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good heart touching content
Ezra’s face when you are explaining that you have to pull(kill) up some plants so the rest will thrive… I feel his pain. Gardening will teach great life lessons. Wheat from chaff territory… I love your gentle explanation of why you have to do what you have to do.
I'm 33 weeks pregnant with my first, I cannot wait to share my love of gardening with my kiddo <3 Thank you so much for this video. I'm so excited. Your kids' garden is absolutely beautiful, I'm so inspired.
Excellent advice and suggestions. I have a brother and a sister. All of us were welcome in my parents garden. I don't remember if we were ever told we had to do any work, but I can remember helping to pull weeds at 3 or 4 years old. When we moved to California when I was almost 5 we didn't garden for a few years, until we bought a house with a big yard. I remember watching my father till, break open, and spread, bags of peat moss and manure. Sprinkle on fertilizer and create rows and hills. Even before a single plant or seed went in, I was hooked. My brother and sister watched the tilling, and maybe some of the other stuff, but it wasn't "their thing". I think that my father gardened because his father farmed… And my mother loved gardening. She loved growing anything, like I do. She didn't let me do a lot in the garden, but she taught me some, and I watched.
I love how shy he is but hes trying to get out of his box. Beautiful inspiring family jess ♡
Sooo Sweeet! Thanks Ezra!
The kids did a good job then ! ! !
Glad you recognize that not all the kids want to garden. And you encourage what they do want to do. Hugs
After continuing watching I see my question answered.
Rather then sacrificing and killing plants could you take them up and repot elsewhere? I love your gentle kind instruction to your beautiful children!
I am totally borrowing your "You can do hard things" saying!! My 4 year girl is just like Ben.
Jess & Miah – your children are so wonderful. Great job, Ezra!
Where do you find your Baccto soil?
Great job Ezra. Can’t wait for your next garden Tour. You were awesome!!!
If we want food growing in every green space to be the norm, starting with our kids is how to do it <3