I write about what I like and don't bother wasting time with the things I don't. There's no "niche" here. Personally, I don't really think you need one to be a successful blogger. You just need to be interesting. And you do that by being interested.
What's interesting to me is when people share what they like and convey why they like it in a unique way.
I like Peter Rabbit. I am planning a hefty spring unit based around this classic children's story and am so, so excited about it.
I mean, look what you can do with Peter Rabbit and kids! You can plant seeds. You can harvest a vegetable garden. You can visit the farmer's market. You can discuss morality and rule-following. You can bake carrot cake. You can act out dramatizations. You can conduct a scientific rabbit study. And these are just a few ideas I've tossed around in these pre-planning stages.
P.S. Can you imagine the sheer wonder of a Peter Rabbit-themed kid's party? I think a genius business idea would be to start an event-planning company based solely on children's literature. Endless possibilities there.
P.P.S. The new Peter Rabbit for Gap collection is adorable. I was unable to resist the draw of a teeny-tiny white eyelet dress to be tucked away for my someday daughter...which she'll obviously wear while we read Peter Rabbit together in our backyard garden.
Clockwise from top left: Wedgewood Bowl, Mug & Plate Set / Plan Toys Wooden Vegetables / The Tale of Peter Rabbit / Peter Rabbit Cuddly Toy / Vegetable Onesie / Heirloom Seed Packet / Kids Gardening Tools / Copper Galvanized Watering Can