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Monthly Archives: August 2016
I was absolutley thrilled to write this piece for Tinyugames, a startup company looking to provide parents with learning resources. In this piece I present a parents guide to helping their child learn to write. See full article here: http://www.tinyugames.com/encouraging-young-learners-to-write-a-guide-for-parents-part-1/ … Continue reading
So much can be learned from this fictional person, who is very real in our heart. There is something we all identify with in Mary Poppins. More than nostalgia, we love Mary Poppins because so many of her qualities … Continue reading
“I have to go,” I said abruptly. I hung up the phone not waiting for my statement to be acknowledged. Something was wrong. I had suddenly felt like I was talking similar to Drew Barrymore, out the side of my … Continue reading
No, this isn’t the beginning to country song, that is absolutely how it happened. One late Arizona Autumn evening, clear nighttime skies, a baby blue Ford pick-up, and two kids who had no idea what was about to hit them. … Continue reading
Everyone love mail! Isn’t it wonderful to walk out to your mailbox and find a colorful envelope addressed to you unexpectedly? And if there is anyone out there who deserves those warm and fuzzy feelings it’s grandma. Between one Grandma … Continue reading
When I decided I would start my blog I was on bedrest prior to given birth to the twins. I had a few high quality posts and learned a lot about word press, plug ins, and how to promote your … Continue reading
In honor of throwback Thursday, I thought it would be nice to share the DIY photoshoots- from all year round. One of the many decisions we made prior to having the twins was about photos. I wanted to get professional … Continue reading
All the ridiculous and inappropriate questions I get when I take out twins in public have never totally bothered me… with the slight exception to when the elder male cashier who asked me if I delivered both vaginally… I’m sorry, … Continue reading
Making Learning Centers is a great way, as a teacher or as a mom, to help children get guided practice with a variety of skills. These can be used individually, with support, or in a group of kids or … Continue reading