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Hello New Homeschool Families! This is an exciting year for you. You’re embarking on a crazy learning journey together for the first time. This year is going to look and feel different than any other year, but that doesn’t mean...
Childhood Memories When you think back on your childhood, what are the things you remember most? For me, a lot of my memories are about family get-togethers to celebrate birthdays and holidays. These are the types of memories that I hope...
In the dead of winter, and the high temps of summer, sometimes it is really hard to motivate yourself, or your kids, to get outside. Getting outdoors can open a world of imagination for kids of all ages. Sometimes,...
I was in grad school when I began to hear the phrase “self-care." Professors began sprinkling that term in as they discussed the high burnout rate in our profession.  By our third year, we were required to develop a...
One of my kids’ favorite summertime treats is watermelon. I love the red juice dripping down sweet little sticky cheeks in the hot summer sun. It just reminds me of summertime. I’ve been told by many people that I pick...
Have you seen the movie What to Expect When You're Expecting? It's about a handful of women's experiences with pregnancy and how they differ vastly. If you haven't seen it, it's hilarious and wicked relatable and you should go watch it....
When my son Marshall was diagnosed with autism, I was ready to jump into action.  We immediately enlisted in occupational therapy and enrolled him in a preschool specifically for kids on the spectrum.  We pushed up our sleeves and...
National Tequila Day: July 24, 2020 She can handle any champagne brunch A bridal shower with Bacardi punch Jello shooters full of Smirnoff But tequila makes her clothes fall off I learned a couple of things in the last month that I did not...

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