On Extreme Kids: Finding A Space to Be - Mutha Magazine
We hear the glee and upset in dozens of voices, the trampoline squeaking and the ball pit rustling. We see primary colors, swinging swings, and bouncing children. A random soft ball glances off us as we play. Somehow we aren’t overwhelmed, overstimulated, or overtired. We spin on a tire hanging from the ceiling. We land [&hellip