Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Ribbit Ribbit


There has been quite a lot of frog talk these days on Rachael's website. I couldn't help but do a little reading on the myths of our green friends.

As you can imagine, the myths run the gamut, but the one I thought was most appropriate was the one that said that frogs represent fluidity, cleansing and tears.

So, Rachael, just short of an Egyptian plague, I wish you, Brien and Lily many many many frogs to cleanse your hearts and lullaby you to sleep each night.

8 comments:

rachd said...

Thanks, Jess! :o)

Tiburon said...

aww that is so great!!

Frogs all around :)

Chris * Natalie * Maya * Mason said...

i used to be a frog MANIAC...i collected them for years. now i just have a few of my "special" froggies left. nice to have the inside info on them, thanks! :)

allie said...

Good research! Very fitting :)

Adventures In Babywearing said...

I love the symbolism! I can't stop thinking about Hannah!

And regarding your mei tai question, as long as the baby's head is supported (if the back of the mei tai goes high enough) then it is just find for a newborn in a mei tai. It's not as convenient to put on while holding an infant vs. a ring sling, but mei tais are my favorite and are a wonderful way to carry baby!

Ruhiyyih Rose said...

I love that about that frogs represent cleansing and tears. That is amazing! I have seen so many frogs these past few days...it is so fitting. Thanks for sharing!

Tiburon said...

hey Jess send me an email when you get a sec -

I don't have your address
nunyabusiness@comcast.net

Kristi Ann said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE Tree frogs.

It is so wonderful that now i can associate them with Hannah, and smile every time I see one!