It's important during these times that we take care of one another as well we nurture our connection to nature. It serves as a great opportunity for children to develop a personal relationship with their environment. With children having limited life experiences, engaging them in the outdoors is important as they learn how humans and nature co-exist to serve humanity.
Below is the latest addition to my family making her debut on Sasha Talks. What's her name? What's her message to the world? She'll tell you herself when she makes her cameo appearance in the future. Right now she's busy mastering her attention span to sit still for five minutes. When this mobile baby is ready, we look forward to learning from her. (Note: Image is copyrighted by Sasha Talks and Sasha Laghonh)
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