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“Made with love by…” Kid’s Art Projects Worthy of Holiday Gifting

Are you searching for holiday gifts that are unique, meaningful, hand-made, and low cost? These four art projects are fun for any age and produce beautiful works of art that can be given as gifts to friends and relatives! Images below show the finished projects. All instructions are in recipe card format so that they […]

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Car Seat Safety – Why My Toddler Won’t Be Wearing A Coat

The temperatures have officially dropped below freezing.  I’ve pulled out the hats.  I’ve matched up all of the gloves, and my kids have retired their warm weather wardrobes. But despite the cold temperatures, if you see me running into a store you probably won’t see my toddler wearing his coat. I’ve gotten my fair share of judging looks when people see my little guy bundled up […]

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How Having a Toddler Prepared Me to Teach High School

Eight years ago this December, I graduated college with the intentions of teaching high school English. Life happened, and well, teaching DIDN’T happen. I took a corporate job (or three), moved multiple times, got married and started a family. So, pregnant with my second child last year and ready to really lay down roots, I […]

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5 Fun Pumpkin Activities for Toddlers 

I’m pretty obsessed with fall. I love it when we start to feel that chill in the air that calls for cute jackets, bon fires, football, and any and all things pumpkin. Pumpkin fudge? I’ll try it. Pumpkin patch? Yes please. Pumpkin carving? I’m there. I’ll be there extra fast if you are serving some […]

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I Don’t Always Like My Toddler

I’m sure we’ve all heard it from someone, or read it somewhere, but my current life motto is this: having a toddler is hard. In all honestly, they’re kinda jerks. Of course, infancy is spent mostly in an exhausted fog, so everything is amplified and seems unbearably overwhelming at times, but until my son became […]

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