Collage Creating and Couponing

November 7, 2012
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Collage Creating and Couponing

I admit that sometimes I forget that the easiest projects are usually the funnest, and today I was reminded! I was looking for a way to occupy The Younger so I could get through the stack of Sunday newspapers and their coupons, and the magazine rack caught my eye. Collages! The Younger is working on…

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Make Your Own Play-Doh

September 17, 2012
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Make Your Own Play-Doh

We had a rainy day/not feeling so great afternoon. Perfect recipe for a day of play-doh! I didn’t have any around the house (shocker, I know), so the kids helped me make some. It’s easy, and they can both help because there are enough ingredients for both of them to do something, yet not too…

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Teaching Kids about the United States

September 12, 2012
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Teaching Kids about the United States

I am so excited! Little Passports has developed a United States addition! If you read my previous post, you know that I adore this program, and so does The Older. It’s been a great tool in teaching him about the world and different cultures, so I was thrilled when I received their email about their…

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Day of Terror, Years of Healing

September 11, 2012
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September 11th. Can you believe it was 11 years ago? The images are still burned in our minds and souls, and I’m sure just about everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing when the horror started. Where were you? What were you doing? I was working downtown at the probation office. I…

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Medication Chart for Kids

August 31, 2012
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Medication Chart for Kids

Since we had to add 2 more medications to The Older’s daily practice, I decided it was time to get organized. I can remember a lot of things, but not 5 medications, one of which is only taken on a Monday/Wednesday/Friday basis! I ended up getting an erasable chore chart and some reusable stickers from…

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