This decluttering thing is getting hard, I can tell you. Today I roamed about the whole house to find a book I could declutter. And found none. Love them all, want to keep them all. But that's what this decluttering project is about in the long run, it is not the decluttering and getting rid of, but living with the things you love.
This is a craft book for children I had while growing up in Eastern Germany,
given to me by my mother:
Actually it is not the original from my childhood, but one that I ordered second-hand from Amazon out of a nostalgic mood. Only to realize when it arrived, that we had the original in Clara's room - my mother had kept the original and had given it to Clara.
So I never unwrapped the ordered book and maybe anyone of you is interested in that book - I will give it away. Just leave a comment.
Thank you for filling that little girl with a love for craft years ago
This book is about the Ferber method of sleep training for babies. I bought it at a church charity shop for a couple of cents, out of pure curiosity. Being an advocate of attachment parenting and co-sleeping I just wanted to know the arguments of the Ferberizers. And then this book just stayed in my baby books library, like an alien element.
There is only one place for this book: trash.
Or even better: paper recycling,
will make great toilet paper.
Thank you for strengthening my attitude towards parenting