Ms. Heidi brought sugar cane for the children to taste what pure sugar tastes like.
Most of the children with family from the islands already were used to it. They made the children who had no idea what it was, want to try it. By the end of the day, the children were begging for more.
The Little Flock made raspberry jam for mother’s day. It was a fun, quick and easy process. The children were eager to do everything from washing the dishes to mashing raspberries.
I am not a raspberry lover. I actually don’t like the taste but seeing them eat the raspberries like candy, made me want to try some.
After mashing the berries, one child was picked to measure and pour sugar. Then, we placed it on the stove for two minutes.
I stirred the mix and soon it was ready.
Each child washed out a mini mason jar and I filled it up to the brim.
Then, while I cleaned up the kitchen, they raced upstairs to wrap their gifts and present it to their mothers.
Now I am thinking, what can we do for father’s day?