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Kindergarten Graduate

My son graduated kindergarten, making it official that I no longer have babies. He had a wonderful year, and we were blessed with a class full of sweet 5 and 6 year olds who became his good friends. He learned to read, add, subtract, and share, and had one of the loveliest women as his […]

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Quick, Convenient Care with Exceptional Service

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Five Star Urgent Care. All opinions are 100% mine. Scrapes, bruises, sprains… lots can happen with an active life or with active children, at any time. It’s par for the course when you’re a parent. Some days it’s a fall, other days it’s a […]

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Lunch with the Grandparents

The school year is almost over, so the homework load has begun to lighten, and we have more free time after school and on weekends. End of year stepping-up programs, music recitals, and talent shows are on our mind these days, and once those are over, we will be facing over two glorious months of […]

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DIY Tic Tac Toe Games

My sons were recently going through a pile of toys I packed away to donate, looking for excuses to salvage everything (even though they hadn’t played with them in a while). They will insist that yes, they do need their alphabet learning toys, and yes, they do still play with their old toddler instruments. They […]

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Summer Fun & Learning With The Best STEM Toys

During the summer we have a routine we developed over the years. Each morning we all get up and get ready for the day, and while I make breakfast the boys practice piano. Then they work through a few pages of math or reading while they eat breakfast, and then we watch a bit of […]

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