Our family’s first day of homeschool began with a sharing circle. Kat introduced the school, the structure, and the intention. Our mission is this: Co-create a school in which we all learn and grow together as a family. During this exercise, Daniel shared a dream, Rosalie spoke of nightmares, and I spoke of some feelings of sadness. Kat encouraged us all to be real with our feelings as we continue moving forward. We all agreed on our first topic of study: the dolphin. Read More
A few weeks ago, our 2-year-old son’s hair was shaggy to the point of falling in his eyes and tangling in dreadlocks in the back. We had been discussing a ceremonial haircut for some time, thinking it might help him to release some of his emotional baggage. So, on the last full moon, we hosted a special haircutting ceremony for Gabriel. Read More
The December episode of Wild Family TV is called “Christmas Miracles.” We found profound gifts in the Christmas spirit, with a young girl’s adorable apology song, in-depth interviews with trailblazing parents, and paleo pancakes in Kat’s kitchen—delicious and nutritious.
“The Attitude of Gratitude” is the eleventh Wild Family TV show. Here, we focus on the many blessings of family life. We start with a fireside conversation at Standing Rock, featuring a woman with indigenous ancestry, expressing appreciation for her “greater family.” Two adoptive parents speak about the gift that is their adopted child. Our sweet sister, Melissa Gail Klein, shares a gorgeous banjo song at a backyard book reading event. And Kat shares her recipe for make-it-your-own granola in Kat’s Kitchen.
“Laughter Medicine” is the tenth Wild Family TV show. Here, we demonstrate a family laughter yoga session, led by a certified laughter yoga facilitator. Also, as we begin to approach the completion of our show’s first season, we look back on the comedy we’ve caught on camera. Memorable scenes include spills, stories, and all the audacity of kids being kids.
Gabriel Ohana Lindsay turns 2 today. He was born at home in Austin, Texas on September 21, 2014 at 12:34 p.m., measuring 8 lb. 14 oz. with a 14” head and a body 21” long.
This micro-documentary presents the birth story of our son, Gabriel Ohana Lindsay. This tale is told by his mama, Kat Lindsay. Read More
In this episode, you’ll learn how to prepare spirulina praline cookies—a raw superfoods dessert. Show your kids how to fold origami jumping frogs. See video interviews with the directors of three outstanding schools, plus interviews with parents, students, and an expert on alternative schooling options.
The third episode of Wild Family TV draws focus to the waters of the world. Here, 6-year-old Daniel celebrates World Water Day with a water blessing and a prayer for his late Grandpa Terry. Uncle Jordan also remembers his dad with a tearjerking song in a rainstorm. You’ll see a story about an Austin nonprofit working to solve water scarcity in Africa. You’ll hear music by beloved Austin vocalist, Susan Lincoln.
February’s new episode of Wild Family TV is called “The United States of Love.” Here, the adventures include a canoe ride, a super simple guacamole recipe, and a global prayer for peace.
Today we bring to you the first extension of the Wild Family film. As you will soon see, the Wild Family TV show continues to deliver our distinct message of love and lightness. For the children, and for the child in all of us.