Multicultural Wordless Wednesday: Our Bountiful Harvest

As the weather cools, we revel in the beauty of our bountiful harvest – whether literally or figuratively, our Multicultural Kid Bloggers are enjoying their bounty of life and love. From pumpkins to seashells, we are so grateful…apple picking tree 2 2009 w

Valerie at Glittering Muffins says that “since he was barely 1 year old, Nico has loved apple picking. We’ve been doing it every year since then.” Isn’t he a cutie?!

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The Creative World of Varya is filled with wonderful treasures from her harvest – “Seashell hunting – one of the most favorite time passes!”

IMG_4925 Olga of The European Mama created two apple pie recipes this season that her family will loveflowepicking

Lina of Best 4 Future Bookstore shares her beautiful girl stopping to enjoy the floral harvest of the season.

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What kid doesn’t love sinking into a pool of corn? Lila, Stephanie’s 5 year old daughter, makes us all remember the beauty of childhood bliss. Find Stephanie and sweet Lila at InCultureParent._DSC0539_035_DSC0539museum

Leanna at All Done Monkey has been enjoying visiting pumpkin patches with her family in the beautiful fall weather.


Amanda of The Educator’s Spin On It says that she and her little man are enjoying the “harvest time at the pumpkin patch”. Doesn’t he look so determined to get the biggest squash?

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Giselle of Kid Yoga Stories says that, “a great way to celebrate Halloween is through movement and storytelling. Enjoy this Halloween Yoga sequence.”


Holy moly, these cuties get me every time! Becky of Kid World Citizen has so much to be thankful for, including their harvest from last year’s garden.075 The harvest life at Spanglish House is a bountiful one, indeed. Just look at those sweet little chicks!photo

Diana of LadydeeLG shares that “growing up, trick or treating is one of my greatest memories, so I’m delighted to share with Enzo (even if he’s not allowed to eat all the candy!”britax-bloggers-dsm-21

And here is my little pumpkin, my first born, the harvest of my life – full of hope and love and purity. Te quiero por siempre, mi amor! De Su Mama

The Multicultural Kid Bloggers are grateful for all this season brings and we wish our readers a healthy harvest, too!

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